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INTERNATIONAL 



Digitized by 

The Association for Preservation Technology International 

For the 

Building Technology Heritage Library 



Established in 1880 by Henry E. Bullock 



Incorporated 1884 



Illinois 
Malleable Iron 
' Company 

MANUFACTURERS AND DISTRIBUTORS OF 

MALLEABLE awrf CAST IRON PIPE FITTINGS 

HOUSE HEATING BOILERS, Etc. PIPE, 

STEAM FITTERS', ENGINEERS', 

GAS, WATERWORKS AND 

RAILROAD SUPPLIES 



CATALOGUE 

(Steam Goods Department) 



General Offices: 1801-1825 DIVERSEY PARKWAY 

Works: 
Diversey Parkway and C. & N. W. R. R., Ashland Ave. and Wellington St. 

Branch Stores: 

4545-4547 South State Street 1901 West Van Buren Street 

2428 Lincoln Avenue 

CHICAGO, ILLINOIS, U.S.A. 

Canadian Plant: 

INTERNATIONAL MALLEABLE IRON CO. 

GUELPH, ONT., CANADA 



Copyright, 1916 

BY 

F. E. Moore 



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CASTINGS 

We solicit orders for 

Malleable Iron Castings 
Gray Iron Castings 
Brass or Bronze Castings 
Aluminum Castings 

of any description for Manufacturers 
or other users. 

GALVANIZING 
and TINNING 

We are prepared to Supply Castings, 
Galvanized or Tinned, or to Galvanize 
or Tin Castings, etc., to order. 



CONDITIONS OF SALE 

1. All prices are subject to change without notice; quotations are 
made for immediate acceptance. 

2. All contracts subject to strikes, accidents or causes beyond our 
control. 

3. Our liability for shortages, breakages or damages of any nature 
ceases upon delivery to, and clear receipt obtained from, the transportation 
company. 

4. Claims for corrections or deductions for erroneous charges must be 
made within ten days after receipt of goods. In making claims for short- 
age of goods, or overcharge in freight, the original paid freight bill must 
accompany each claim, which, in case of shortage, should bear notation 
thereon to that effect. In making claims always refer to date and number 
of invoice. •' / — - '■ 

5. We exercise reasonable care to furnish nothing but perfect goods, 
but it must be understood that we assume no liability for damages of any 
character. 

6. Should any article be found defective in either material or work- 
manship, we will, upon return to us of such defective article, either give 
credit at price charged, or exchange same for a perfect article of like 
description, but no further allowance of any kind will be made. No allow- 
ance will be made, however, unless arrangements have been made in advance 
of return. 

7. Orders for goods not regularly carried in stock, or to be made to 
customers' specifications, are not subject to cancellation at any time. 

ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON COMPANY. 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



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TELEGRAPH CODE 

QUOTATIONS, ORDERS, AND SHIPMENTS 
FOR BUYERS 



Abaft Have you in stock, if not, how Affront.. 

- soon can you furnish? 

Abduct Can you ship at once? Afresh,.. 

Abhor At what price and how soon can Agate. . . , 

you furnish? 

Abode Can you ship? Babble.. . 

Abound. . . . JHave you shipped? 

Abridge. . . . .If not, when will you ship? Baboon. . 

Adam. When will you ship balance of 

our order of ? Baby. . . . 

Adder. ...... Quote us lowest price on ■ ■. 

Addling Advise by wire how soon you can 

ship. Back. . . . 

Adept. . . . : . .We will accept offer. 

Adjunct Enter our order for . Backing. 

Admire Ship immediately. Badger. . 

Admix Ship as soon as possible. Badness. 

Affect Ship by Express. Baffling . 

Affright If you cannot ship in time named. Bag 

advise us by telegraph. Bailiff. . . 



. If you can not ship at once, can- 
cel. 

If not already shipped, cancel. 

.Ship with sight draft attached to 
bill of lading. 

.Get ready and hold for shipping 
directions. 

.Ship what you have in stock and 
let balance follow. 

.Ship what you have in stock and 
hold balance for further in- 
structions. 

Hold for further instructions oui 
order of — ~. 

. Cancel our order of . 

.Ship goods ordered at once. 

.Hasten shipment of. 
. .Send tracer for shipment. 

. Get through rate of freight. 

.Prepay freight. 



WROUGHT PIPE 

Extra Strong Schley 

Double Extra Strong Dewey 



25 feet , 

50 " . 

75 " . 

100 " . 

200 " . 

300 " . 

400 " . 

500 " . 

600 " . 

700 " . 



M- inch . 

H " . 
1 " . 



. Africa 
. Alabama 
. Arizona 
, Asia 
. Belgium 
. Chili 
. Benmark 
Egypt 
. France 
. Germany 

, Allegheny 
. . Baltimore 
. . Camden 
. .Detroit 
. . Erie 
. . Fairmont 
. . Galena 



NUMBER OF FEET 

800 feet Holland 



8000 feet Russia 



900 " . . 


. . . Ireland 


1000 " .. 


Japan 


2000 " . . 


. . . . Kentucky 


3000 " . . 


...Liberia 


4000 " . . 


. . . . Maine 


5000 " . . 


. . . . Nevada 


6000 " . . 


. ...Ohio 


7000 " .. 


. . . . Feru 


BLACK FIFE 


li^inch... 


. . .Harrisburg 


2 "... 


. , . Ithaca 


2^ " ... 


. . . Jamestown 


3 "... 


. . . Kensington 


3^ " .. 


. . Lancaster 


4 " .. 


. . . Macon 


4.H " .. 


. . . Quincy 



9000 
10000 
15000 
20000 
25000 
30000 
40000 
50000 



5 inch . 
6 



7 
8 
9 

10 
12 



Spain 

Texas 
. Uruguay 
. Valparaiso 
. Washington 
. Xenia 
. Yorkville 

Zanesville 



Newark 
. Oneida 
. Faris 
. Reading 
. Salem 

Troy 

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K inch . ... Amazon 



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Bay 

. Colorado 
. Danube 
Elbe 
. Firvh 
. Ganges 



2V2 
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6 



GALVANIZED FIFE 

inch Hudson 

Indus 

. Juniata 

Kanawha 

Lake 

Miami 

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6 inch , 

7 

8 

9 
10 
12 



. Osage 
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Rhine 
. Seine 
. Tweed 

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INDEX 



A 

-"- Page 

ABC Beam Clamps 51 

Acorns, Brass, Finished 106 

Railing, Malleable Iron 34 

Adjustabler Die Stocks, Armstrong 

212,213 

Die Stocks, Beaver 211 

Die Stocks, Toledo 2I672I8 

Pipe Hangers . 51, 52 

Railing Fittings 35 

Aetna Water^ Boilers 249 

Air Brake Hose 160 

Cell Pipe Covering, Asbestos.. . . 170 

Cocks 144,145 

Drill Hose 160 

Moisteners 263 

Valves, Dewey 267 

Valves, Radiator 275, 276 

Ajax Grease Cups 154 

Alaska Frost-Proof Pipe Covering ... 170 

Allen Brass Oil Cups 154 

Grease Cups 154 

Radiator Air Valves . 276 

Alligator Wrenches . 225 

Altitude Gauges 147 

American Pop Safety Valves 127 

Water ReMef Valves 128 

Angle Check Values, Brass, Stand- 
ard ,.111,112 

Valves, Brass, Safety 126 

Valves, Brass, Standard 110, 112 

Valves, Iron Body, Extra Heavy 120 
Valves, Iron Body, Jenkins Disc 116 
Valves, Iron Body, Standard.: . . 114 

Arco Radiator Air Valves. 276 

Armstrong Adjustable Die Stocks.. .212, 

213 

Pipe Threading Tools. ..... .212, 213 

Asbestos Air Cell Pipe Covering. ... 170 

Block Covering 171 

Cement 171 

Magnesia Pipe Covering 170 

Millboard... ... 171 

Packed Iron Cocks, Vulcanized. 143 

Paper. 171 

Rope 159 

Wick 159 

Asphaltum, Steam Fitters' 264 

Attachments, Pipe Vise 227 

Ratchet, Armstrong 213 

Automatic Exhaust Relief Valves, 

K & T 130 

Injectors, Penberthy 158 



Page 

Automatic Pump Regulators ...... 134 

Radiator Air Valves 275, 276 

Water Feeders. 278 

B 

B & G CeiHng Plates 53 

Floor Plates 53 

Back Pressure Valves, Iron Body ... 129 

Pressure Valves, K & T 130 

Pressure Valves, Noiseless. . .129, 130 

Water Traps, Palmer 191 

Water Valves, Palmer 191 

Balanced Valves, K & T 133 

Ball Check Valves, Brass, Standard. Ill 

Gauge Cocks 145 

Barnes Pipe Cutters 222 

Bars, Extension . . 52 

Bases, Box, Valve 187 

Radiator 259 

Basins, Catch 189 

Catch, Cast Iron 201 

Gravel, Cast Iron 201 

Beam Clamps, ABC 51 

Hooks 50 

Beaver Adjustable Die Stocks 211 

Pipe Cutters 222 

Beaverettee Die Stocks 211 

Bells and Flanges, Pipe, Cast Iron. . 183 

Bench and Pipe Vises 228 

Bending Forms, Pipe, Vanderman. . 227 

Bends, Pipe 8,9 

Pipe, Cast Iron 182 

Return, Brass, Finished 108 

Return, Cast Iron, Standard. ... 45 

Return, Malleable Iron 24 

Return, Rough 107 

Y, Brass, Finished 108 

Y, Brass, Rough 107 

Y, Cast Iron, Standard 40, 43 

Y, Malleable Iron 22 

Bibb Washers 173 

Bibbs, Compression 173 

Ground Key. 173 

Bit Brace Pipe End Reamers. 219 

Black Pipe 1,2 

Block Covering, Asbestos. 171 

Covering, Magnesia 171 

Blow-Off Tanks, Cast Iron 201 

Boiler Couplings, Malleable Iron ... 33 

Elbows, Malleable Iron 33 

Flue Brushes 279 



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Page 

Boiler Repairs, Heating, Imico 240 

Repairs, Heating, Imico Illinois. 246 

Tube Cutters, Lagonda 280 

Tubes 5 

Union Tees. Lawler 33 

Boilers, Fire Box, Standard 250, 251 

Heating, Imico 229-240 

Heating, Imico Illinois 241-245 

Heating, Standard 250, 251 

Round, Imico Illinois 242-245 

Sectional, Imico 229-240 

Water, Aetna . 249 

Bolts, Machine. 286 

Boston Gauge Glass Cutters 152 

Bowes' Hose Racks 168 

Box Bases, Valve . 187 

Boxes, Drip, Gas . 185 

Gutter 190 

Meter, Extension 185 

Radiator 262 

Roadway 185 

Service 184 

Stop Cock, Buffalo 184 

Valve 186 

Brackets, Gas 178 

Radiator 262 

Tank, Expansion, Ideal 277 

Branch Tees 49 

Branches, Y, Cast Iron, Drainage 96-102 

Y, Cast Iron, Extra Heavy 78 

Y, Cast Iron, Special 90 

Y, Cast Iron, Standard 64 

Y, Pipe, Cast Iron 183 

Brass Angle Valves, Safety 126 

Angle Valves, Standard 110, 112 

Butterfly Valves 125 

Check Valves, Angle, Standard. .111, 

112 

Check Valves, Ball, Standard. . . Ill 
Check Valves, Horizontal, 

Standard 111,112 

Check Valves, Swing, Standard . Ill 
Check Valves, Vertical, Stand- 
ard Ill 

Cross Valves, Safety 126 

Cross Valves, Standard 110, 112 

Expansion Joints 138 

Fittings, Cast Iron Pattern 109 

E'ittings, Extra Heavy 109 

Fittings, Finished 106, 108, 109 

Fittings, Rough 107, 109 

Fiange Unions 109 

Foot Valves 124 

Gas Meter Cocks 141 

Gas Service Cocks 141 

Gate Valves, Hose 113 

Gate Valves, Standard 113 

Globe Valves, Standard 110, 112 

Guards for Water Gauges 152 

Jacket Drivewell Points 175 

Lubricators 155 

Needle Valves, Standard 110 

Oil Cups, Allen 154 



Page 

Brass Oil Pumps 155 

Pipe 105 

Pop Safety Valves 127 

Safety Valves 126 

Solder Nipples. 104 

Steam Cocks 140 

Swing Joints 146 

Throttle Valves 125 

Unions, Finished 108 

Unions, Rough 107 

Valve Discs, Standard 112 

Valves, Standard. 110-112 

Water Connections 193 

Water Relief Valves 128 

Brewers* Hose 160 

Bronze, Radiator 264 

Bronze Pipe 105 

Primer 264 

Bronzing Liquid 264 

Brushes, Flue, Boiler 279 

Wire 279 

Buffalo Stop Cock Boxes 184 

Bulldog Die Stocks, Oster 214 

Burners, Garbage, Imico 248 

Gas 180 

Burring Reamers .^. 219 

Bushings, Brass, Finished 108 

Brass, Rough 107 

Cast Iron, Standard .41, 46 

Hose 162 

Malleable Iron 26, 41 

Radiator 27 

Radiator, Cast Iron, Standard . . 46 

Busy Lawn Sprinklers 167 

Butterfly Valves, Brass 125 

Valves, Iron Body 125 



G B G Lawn Sprinklers 167 

G D Railroad Unions 30 

California Hose Valves 166 

Candle Wick 159 

Caps, Brass, Rough : 107 

Cast Iron, Standard 40, 44 

Driving, Malleable Iron 176 

Malleable Iron 25 

Pipe, Cast Iron 182 

Gar Heating Hose 160 

Cast Iron Blow-Off Tanks .' . . . 201 

Iron Catch Basins 201 

Iron Ceiling Plates 53 

Iron Drainage Fittings 92-104 

Iron Fittings, Extra Heavy . . . 58, 59, 

74-84,86,88-90 

Iron Fittings, Flanged, Extra 

Heavy. . . .74-79, 81-84, 86, 88-90 
Iron Fittings, Flanged, Stand- 
ard .. . 59-70, 72, 73, 90 

Iron Fittings, Galvanized 37 

Iron Fittings, Long Sweep . .41, 56, 57 
Iron Fittings, Screwed, Drainage 
92-104 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



Page 

Cast Iron Fittings, Screwed, Extra 

Heavy 58 

Iron Fittings, Screwed, Long 

, Sweep 41,56,57 

J Iron Fittings, Screwed, Standard 

/ 37-46, 288 

Iron Fittings, Sizes of 38-41 

Iron Fittings, Standard. 37-46, 59-70, 

72, 73, 90, 288 

Iron Fl'anges 48 

Iron Floor Plates 53 

Iron Pattern Brass Fittings .... 109 

Iron Pipe 181 

Iron Pipe, Specials for 182, 183 

Iron Radiators 253-258 

Castings, Smooth-on 172 

Catch Basin Covers 189 

Basins 189 

Basins, Cast Iron. ' 201 

Ceiling Plates, Cast Iron 53 

Cement, Asbestos 171 

Elastic, Smooth-on 172 

Iron, Smooth-on 172 

Center Finders, Toledo 223 

Chain Pipe Tongs, Common 226 

Pipe Tongs, Ideal 226 

Pipe Tongs, Vulcan 226 

Pipe Vises, Vulcan 228 

Chandelier Hooks, Malleable Iron. . 26 

Loops, Malleable Iron 26 

Check Valves, Brass, Angle, Standard 

111,112 

\^lves, Brass, Ball, Standard. ... Ill 
Valves, Brass, Horizontal, Stand- 
ard 111,112 

Valves, Brass, Swing, Standard . . Ill 
Valves, Brass, Vertical, Standard 111 
Valves, Iron Body, Horizontal, 

Standard...* 115 

Valves, Iron Body, Swing, Extra 

Heavy 122 

Valves, Iron Body, Swing, Hy- 
draulic 122 

Valves, Iron Body, Swing, Stand- 
ard - 115 

Valves, Iron Body, Vertical, 

Standard - - 115 

Checks and Guides, Street Washer. . . 27 
Chesterton Gauge Glass Cutters. ... 152 

Chicago Patent CeiUng Plates 53 

Pattern Hose Valves 166 

Pipe Hangers 51 

Temperature Regulators 269 

Chime Whistles 153 

Chimney Flues - 291 

Circular Flanges, Cast Iron 48 

Circulating Tees, Tillman 55 

Circulation Fittings, Combination, 

Eureka 54 

Cistern Covers 189 

Clamps, Beam, ABC. 51 

Hose 163 

Hydrant 27 



xin 



Page 



Classification of Malleable Iron Fit- 
tings . - 15-19 

Cleaners, Flue, Steam, Magic 279 

Tube 279 

Clevises, Hose 177 

Closet Flanges, Cast Iron, Drainage. . 104 
Cloth Insertion Sheet Packing. ..... 159 

Coach Screws 287 

Coalhole Covers 189 

Rings. 189 

Coated Pipe 1^2 

Cock Wrenches, Steam 140 

Cocks, Air 144, 145 

Gas 178-180 

Gauge, Ball 145 

Gauge, Compression 145 

Hose 179 

Iron 142 

Iron, Asbestos, Packed, Vulcan- 
ized 143 

Meter, Gas, Brass. 141 

Service, Gas, Brass 141 

Steam, Brass 140 

Stop, Ground Key 174 

Stop and Waste, Ground Key . .. 174 

Coes Wrenches 225 

Coil Stands, Laundry 50 

Columbia Grease Cups 154 

Columns, Water, Standard 151 

Combination Circiilation Fittings, 

Eureka 54 

Pipe Vises 228 

PUers 221 

Water and Steam Gauges 151 

Combined Drills, Reamers and Taps 220 

Common Chain Pipe Tongs 226 

Flanges, Cast Iron 48 

Companion Flanges, Extra Heavy. 83, 86 
Flanges, Reducing, Extra Heavy. 84 
Flanges, Reducing, Standard. ... 70 

Flanges, Standard 69 

Compound, Pipe Joint, Graphite. . . 172 

Smooth-on 172 

Compound Gauges 148 

Compression Bibbs 173 

Gauge Cocks . 145 

Condensation Receivers and Pump 

Regulators, K&T 134 

Conducting Hose, Water 160 

Conduit Frames 188 

Connections Pipe, Spiral Riveted . , 6 

Roof, Cast Iron, Drainage 104 

Service - 1^3 

Siamese, Standpipe 164, 165 

Tucker, Cast Iron, Drainage. . . . 104 

Water, Brass 193 

Control, Thermostat, Dewey 270 

Copper Pipe 105 

Cotton Rubber-Lined Hose 161 

Couplings, Boiler, Malleable Iron. . 33 

Brass, Finished 108 

Brass, Rough - 107 

Hose 162 



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Page 

Couplings, Long Screw 26 

Malleable Iron 23 

Reducer 176 

Reducing, Offset 23 

Rod, Iron 176 

Rod, Wood 176 

Wrought Iron 13 

Covering, Block, Asbestos 171 

Block, Magnesia 171 

Pipe, Air Cell, Asbestos 170 

Pipe, Frost-Proof, Alaska 170 

Pipe, Frost-Protective 170 

Pipe, Magnesia, Asbestos 170 

Pipe, Magnesia, 85 per cent .... 170 

Pipe, Sectional 170 

Pipe, Wool Felt 170 

Covers, Catch Basin 189 

Cistern 189 

Coalhole 189 

Conduit 188 

Manhole 188, 189 

Meter 190 

Service Box 184 

Valve Box 186 

Gross Valves, Brass, Safety 126 

Valves, Brass, Standard 110, 112 

Valves, Iron Body, Extra Heavy 121 

Valves, Iron Body, Safety 126 

Valves, Iron Body, Standard .... 114 

Crosses, Brass, Finished 106, 108 

Brass, Rough 107 

Cast Iron, Drainage 95 

Cast Iron, Extra Heavy. . .58, 77, 89 

Cast Iron, Long Sweep 56, 57 

Cast Iron, Standard. 40, 41, 44, 63, 73 

Malleable Iron 23, 41 

Malleable Iron, Extra Heavy. ... 36 

Pipe, Cast Iron 182 

Railing, Malleable Iron 34, 35 

Crossovers, Malleable Iron 23 

Gups, Grease, Allen 154 

Oil, Brass, Allen 154 

Cushions, Loafer 27 

Customs, Pipe Trade. 4 

Gutters, Boiler Tube, Lagonda 280 

Glass, Gauge 152 

Pipe, Barnes 222 

Pipe, Beaver 222 

Pipe, Saunders 222 

Pipe, Toledo 223 

Pipe, Trimo 222 

Pipe, Vosper 223 

Tube, Self-Feed, Ideal 280 

Wire, Combination 221 

Gutting Machines, Pipe, Forbes. .208, 209 
Pipe 7 

' ■ D 

Damper Regulators, Low Pressure. . 278 

Dampers, Radiator. . 262 

Davis Steam Traps 136 

Detroit Radiator Valves 272 



Page 

Detroit Sight Feed Lubricators .... 157 

Devices, Threading, Pipe, Adjustable 210 

Threading, Pipe, Armstrong. 212, 213 

Threading, Pipe, Beaver 211 

Threading, Pipe, Forbes .... 208, 209 

Threading, Pipe, Oster 214, 215 

Threading, Pipe, Toledo 216-218 

Dewey Air Valves 267 

Hose Racks 169 

Thermostat Control 270 

Thermostats 270 

Vacuum Valves 267 

Die Stocks, Adjustable, Armstrong 

212,213 

Stocks, Adjustable, Beaver . .... 211 
Stocks, Adjustable, Toledo. . .216-218 

Stocks, Beaverette 211 

Stocks, Bulldog, Oster 214 

Stocks, Malleable 210 

Stocks, Matchless, Oster 215 

Stocks, Miller's Reversible Rat- 
chet 210 

Stocks, Ratchet, Beaver 211 

Stocks, Ratchet, Oster 214 

Stocks, Warren 211 

Dies, Pipe, Solid 210 

Dies and Stocks, Pipe . .' 210-218 

and Stocks, Pump Rod 219 

Dimensions of Cast Iron Fittings, 

Standard... 288 

of Malleable Iron Fittings ...... 288 

Discs, Valve, Brass, Standard ...... 112 

Dixon's Graphite Compound. ...... 172 

Lubricating Graphite 172 

Double Extra Strong Pipe 2,4 

Drainage Fittings, Cast Iron 92-104 

Fittings, Galvanized 92 

Fittings, Malleable Iron 92 

Drill Hose, Air 160 

Drilling Flanged Valves and Fittings, 

Prices for 87 

Drills, Flat 220 

Pipe ^ 220 

Reamers and Taps, Combined . . 220 

Drinking Fountains, Iron 195-200 

Drip Boxes, Gas 185 

DriveShoes 177 

Drivewell Points, Brass Jacket 175 

Driving Caps, Malleable Iron 176 

E 

Eccentric Bushings, Cast Iron, Stand- 
ard 46 

Reducers, Cast Iron, Standard . . 44 

Eclipse Anti-Freezing Fire Hy- 
drants 202,203 

Elastic Cement, Smooth-on 172 

Elbows, Boiler, Malleable Iron 33 

Brass, Cast Iron Pattern 109 

Brass, Finished 106, 108 

Brass, Rough 107 

Cast Iron, Drainage 93, 94 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



XV 



Page 
Elbows,Cast Iron, Extra Heavy. . .58, 74, 

75,80 

Cast Iron, Long Sweep 56, 57 

Cast Iron, Special. . 90 

Cast Iron, Standard. . .38, 42, 43, 60, 

61,66 

Malleable Iron 20, 21 

Malleable Iron, Extra Heavy. . . 36 

Railing, Malleable Iron. 34, 35 

Union, Malleable Iron 32 

Union, Radiator 271 

Ell Burner Cocks 178 

Elliptical Tube Scrapers 279 

Enamel, Radiator 264 

Enamel Primer 264 

Engineers' Favorite Tube Scrapers . 279 

Fillers 285 

Oilers 285 

Escutcheons, Siamese Connection. . 165 
Eureka Combination Circulation 

Fittings. . , , 54 

Evanston Law» Sprinklers 167 

Exhaust Pipe Heads, Lyman 149 

Pipe Heads, Sorge 149 

Expanders, Roller Tube, Standard. . 280 

Expansion Joints, Brass 138 

Joints, Extra Heavy. 139 

Joints, Iron Body 138, 139 

Pipe Hangers 51 

Plates . 50 

Tank Brackets, Ideal 277 

Tank Gauges 150 

Tanks, Galvanized 277 

Tanks, Wood 277 

Exploso Sight-Feed Lubricators .... 156 

Extension Bars 52 

Meter Boxes 185 

Pieces, Malleable Iron 26 

Sections, Service Box 184 

Sections, Valve Box 186 

Extensions for Ideal Tube Cutters.. 280 

Extra Heavy Brass Fittings . 109 

Heavy Cast Iron Fittings 58, 59, 

74-84,86,88-90 

Heavy Companion Flanges 86 

Heavy Expansion Joints 139 

Heavy Flange Unions 47 

Heavy Iron Body Gate Valves.. 123 

Heavy Iron Body Valves 120-122 

Heavy Malleable Iron Fittings. . 36 
Strong Pipe ..2,4 



Feeders, Water, Automatic 278 

Felt, Hair 171 

Felthousen Oil Pumps. [ 155 

Fiber Rods 171 

Sheets 171 

Tubing ...'.'.'. 171 

Fillers, Engineers' 285 

Finders, Center, Toledo 223 

Finished Brass Fittings 106, 108, 109 



Page 

Fire Box Boilers, Standard 250, 251 

Department Pipe 164 

Department Supplies 164, 165 

Hose 161 

Hydrants, Eclipse 202, 203 

Fittings, Brass, Cast Iron Pattern. . . 109 

Brass, Extra Heavy 109 

Brass, Finished 106, 108, 109 

Brass, Rough 107, 109 

Cast Iron, Drainage 95 

Cast Iron, Extra Heavy 58, 59, 

74-84,86,88-90 

Cast Iron, Flanged, Extra Heavy 

74-84, 86, 88-90 

Cast Iron, Flanged, Standard 

59-70,72,73,90 

Cast Iron, Galvanized 37 

Cast Iron, Long Sweep ... .41, 56, 57 
Cast Iron, Screwed, Drainage . 92-94, 

96-99,101-104 

Cast Iron, Screwed, Extra Heavy 58 
Cast Iron, Screwed, Long Sweep.. 41, 

56,57 

Cast Iron, Screwed, Standard . 37-46, 

288 

Cast Iron, Sizes of 38-41 

Cast Iron, Standard . . .37-46, 59-70, 

^. 72,73,90,288 

Circulation, Combination, Eu- 
reka 54 

Drainage, Cast Iron. 92-104 

Drainage, Galvanized 92 

Drainage, Malleable Iron 92 

Fixture, Gas 178-180 

Flanged, Prices for DrilHng. .... 87 
Flanged, Templates for DrilHng, 

Extra Heavy . 85 

Flanged, Templates for Drilling, 

Standard 71 

Hose 162,163 

Malleable Iron 14-26, 28-33, 41, 

288 

Malleable Iron, Extra Heavy ... 36 

Malleable Iron, Sizes of 41 

Raihng, Finished Brass 106 

Raihng, Malleable Iron 34, 35 

Fixture Fittings, Gas 178-180 

Flange Unions, Brass 109 

Unions, Extra Heavy 47 

Unions, Malleable Iron 31 

Unions, Standard 47 

Flanged Fittings, Cast Iron, Extra 

Heavy 74-84, 86, 88-90 

Fittings, Cast Iron, Standard.. 59-70, 

72 73 90 

Pressure Pipe, Spiral Riveted.'. . ' 6 
Valves and Fittings, Drilling, 

Prices for S7 

Valves and Fittings, Gaskets for 91 
Valves and Fittings, Templates 

for DrilUng, Extra Heavy 85 

Valves and Fittings, Templates 

for Drilling, Standard 71 



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ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



Page 

Flanged Water Pipe, Cast Iron 171 

Flanges, Brass, Finished 106 

Cast Iron ; 48 

Closet, Cast Iron, Drainage 104 

Companion, Extra Heavy. ... .83, 86 
Companion, Reducing, Extra 

Heavy 84 

Companion, Reducing, Standard 70 

Companion, Standard 69 

Pipe, Cast Iron 183 

Railing, Malleable Iron. . . . 34, 35 

Flat Drills 220 

Nose Pliers.. 221 

Float Valves, K & T 133 

Floor Flanges, Brass, Finished 106 

Flanges, Cast Iron 48 

Flanges, Railing, Malleable Iron 34 

Plates, Cast Iron. 53 

Flue Brushes, Boiler 279 

Cleaners, Steam, Magic 279 

Flues, Chimney 291 

Followers, Long Screw. 26 

Foot Valves, Brass 124 

Valves, Iron Body 124 

Forbes Pipe Cutting Machines . .208, 209 

Pipe Threading Machines. . .208, 209 

Forms, Bending, Pipe, Vanderman.. 227 

Fountains, Drinking, Iron 195-200 

Frames, Conduit 188 

Manhole 188 

Meter 190 

Frost-Proof Pipe Covering, Alaska. 170 
Frost -Protective Pipe Covering. ... 170 

Furnaces, Melting, Lead 194 

Fusible Plugs, Marine 146 



Galvanized Cast Iron Fittings 37 

Drainage Fittings 92 

Expansion Tanks 277 

Pipe 1,2 

Garbage Burners, Imico 248 

Gas Brackets 178 

Burners 180 

Cocks 178-180 

Drip Boxes 185 

Fixture Fittings 178-180 

Meter Cocks, Brass 141 

Nozzles 180 

Pillars 180 

Pipe 1,2 

Pipe Hooks 52 

Pliers 221 

Service Cocks, Brass 141 

Gaskets, Ring 91 

Gaskets for Flanged Valves and Fit- 
tings 91 

Gate Valves, Brass, Hose 113 

Valves, Brass, Standard 113 

Valves, Iron Body, Extra Heavy 123 
Valves, Iron Body, Standard .117-119 

Gauge Cocks, Ball 145 



Page 

Gauge Cocks, Compression 145 

Glass Cutters 152 

Glass Preservers, Gilbert's 152 

Glass Washers 152 

Glasses, Scotch 152 

Siphons, Steam 146 

Gauges, Altitude 147 

Compoimd 148 

House Heater 148 

Hydraulic. 147 

Pressure . 148 

Tank, Expansion 150 

Test 147 

Vacuum 148 

Water 150 

Water and Steam, Combination. 151 

Generators, Heat, Honeywell 278 

Pressure, Tillman 281 

Gilbert's Gauge Glass Preservers. . . 152 
Glass Body Sight-Feed Lubricators . 156 

Cutters, Gauge 152 

Preservers, Gauge, Gilbert's .... 152 

Glasses, Gauge, Scotch 152 

Globe Strainers 177 

Valves, Brass, Standard 110, 112 

Valves, Iron Body, Extra Heavy. 120 
Valves, Iron Body, Jenkins Disc . 116 
Valves, Iron Body, Standard. . . 114 

Goosenecks, Lead 193 

Governors, Pump, K & T . . . 134 

Graphite, Lubricating 172 

Graphite Grease 172 

Pipe Joint Compound 172 

Grates, Gutter 190 

Sewer 190 

Gravel Basins, Cast Iron 201 

Grease, Graphite 172 

Grease Cups, Allen 154 

Traps, K. & T 137 

Greenhouse Heating 290 

Ground Key Bibbs 173 

Key Stop Cocks 174 

Key Stop and Waste Cocks .... 174 

Guards, Water Gauge ... * 152 

Guides and Checks, Street Washer. . 27 

Gutter Boxes. . 190 

y Grates 190 

H 

Hair Felt '. 171 

Hand Pipe Machines, Oster 215 

Handles, Hydrant 27 

Hanger Screws 287 

Hangers, Pipe, Adjustable 51, 52 

Pipe, Chicago ' 51 

Pipe, Expansion 51 

Pipe, Ring, Solid. . 52 

Hartford Hose Racks 169 

Heads, Pipe, Exhaust, Lyman 149 

Pipe, Exhaust, Sorge 149 

Sprinkler 55 

Heat Generators, Honeywell 278 



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Page 

Heat Rep;ulators, Chicago 269 

Heater Stands, Monitor 180 

Heaters, Laundry, Imico 249 

Monitor, Gas 180 

Water, Illinois 247 

Water, Imico 248 

Water, Smith's Maltese 252 

Heating, Greenhouse 290 

Heating Boiler Repairs, Imico 240 

Boiler Repairs, Imico Illinois . . . 246 

Boilers, Imico. 229-240 

Boilers, Imico Illinois 241-245 

Boilers, Standard 250, 251 

Information 289-292 

System, Vacuum, Vapor, Imico 

265-268 

Hemp required for Pipe Joints, .^ 

weight of 181 

Hoffman Radiator Air Valves 275 

Honeywell Heat Generators 278 

Radiator Valves 274 

Hook Plates 50 

Hooks, Beam 50 

Chandelier, Malleable Iron 26 

Pipe, Gas 52 

Horizontal Check Valves, Brass, 

Standard.. Ill, 112 

Check Valves, Iron Body, Stand- 
ard 115 

Hose, Air Brake 160 

Brewers' 160 

Car Heating 160 

Drill, Air. 160 

Fire 161 

Mill . 161 

Rubber-Lined, Cotton 161 

Steam , 160 

Water 160 

Hose Bushings 162 

Clamps 163 

Clevises I77. 

Cocks 179 

Couplings 162 

Fittings 162, 163 

Gate Valves, Brass 113 

Nipples 162 

Pipe 164 

Racks, Bowes' 168 

Racks, Dewey 169 

Racks, Hartford 169 

Reducers 162 

Valves 166 

Hot \Vater Storage Tanks 282, 283 

Water Thermometers 147 

House Heater Gauges 148 

Heater Pop Safety Valves 126 

Hydrant Clamps 27 

Handles . 27 

Repairs, M 205 

Sockets 27 

Hydrants, Fire, Eclipse 202, 203 

„ M 204 

Hydraulic Gauges 147 



1 Page 

Ideal Chain Pipe Tongs 226 

Expansion Tank Brackets 277 

Self-Feed Tube Cutters 280 

Spud Wrenches 277 

Hiinois Water Heaters 247 

Imico Heating Boiler Repairs 240 

Heating Boilers 229-240 

Ilhnois Heating Boiler Repairs. . 246 

Illinois Heating Boilers 241-245 

Laundry Heaters 249 

Unions 29 

Vapor Vacuum Heating System 

.265-268 

Water Heaters 248 

Increasers, Cast Iron, Drainage. . . . 102 

Pipe, Cast Iron 183 

Independent Cocks, Gas 179 

Indicator Gate Valves, Iron Body. . 119 

Information, Heating 289-292 

Injector Repairs, Penberthy 158 

Injectors, Penberthy 158 

Iron Body Angle Valves, Extra 

Heavy 120 

Body Angle Valves, Jenkins Disc 11-6 
Body Angle Valves, Standard. . . 114 
Body Back Pressure Valves .... 129 

Body Butterfly Valves 125 

Body Check Valves, Horizontal, 

Standard 115 

Body Check Valves, Swing, Ex- 
tra Heavy , 122 

Body Check Valves, Swing, Hy- 
draulic 122 

Body Check Valves, Swing, 

Standard 115 

Body Check Valves, Vertical, 

Standard 115 

Body Cross Valves, Extra Heavy 121 

Body Cross Valves, Safety 126 

Body Cross Valves, Standard. . . 114 

Body Expansion Joints 138, 139 

Body Foot Valves. 124 

Body Gate Valves, Extra Heavy 123 
Body Gate Valves, Standard 117-119 
Body Globe Valves, Extra Heavy 120 
Body Globe Valves, Jenkins 

Disc 116 

Body Globe Valves, Standard. . . 114 

Body Pop Safety Valves 127 

Body Safety Valves 126 

Body Throttle Valves 125 

Body Valves, Extra Heavy. .120-122 

Body Valves, Standard 114-116 

Body Water Relief Valves 128 

Boiler Tubes 5 

Cement, Smooth-on 172 

Cocks 142 

Cocks, Asbestos Packed, Vul- 
canized 143 

Drinking Fountains 195-200 

Pipe 105 

Pipe, Cast . . 181 



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Page 

Iron Pipe, Cast, Specials for 182, 183 

Pipe, Wrought 4 

Rod Couplings - 176 

Siphons 146 



Japan, Maroon 264 

Joints, Expansion, Brass 138 

Expansion, Extra Heavy 139 

Expansion, Iron Body 138, 139 

Smooth-on • 172 

Swing, Brass 146 

Jute Packing 1^9 



K''& T Automatic Condensation Re- 
ceivers and Pump Regulators. 134 
Automatic Exhaust Rehef Valves 130 

Back Pressure Valves 130 

Balanced Valves 133 

Float Valves 133 

Pump Governors • 134 

Regulating Valves 131, 132 

Steam Traps. . . 137 

Keys, Service Box 184 

Street Washer 27 

Kit Pipe Vises 227 



Lag Screws 287 

Lagonda Boiler Tube Cutters 280 

Large 0. D. Pipe 3 

Laterals, Cast Iron, Extra Heavy . . 89 

Cast Iron, Standard 73 

Laundry Coil Stands - - ■ 50 

Heaters, Imico 249 

Lavigne Radiator Valves 273 

Lawler Boiler Union Tees 33 

Lawn Hose Clamps 163 

Sprinklers 167 

Lead, Red }72 

White - 172 

Lead Goosenecks 193 

Melting Furnaces 194 

required for Pipe Joints, Weight 

of 181 

Libra Radiator Air Valves 276 

Liquid, Bronzing 264 

Little Giant Burring Reamers 219 

Giant Pump Rod Stocks and 

Dies • 219 

Wonder Lawn Sprinklers 167 

Loafer Cushions - ^"^ 

Locknut Nipples 7, 12 

Threads 7 

Locknuts, Brass, Finished 108 

Brass, Rough 1*^7 

Cast Iron, Standard 40, 44 

Malleable Iron 26 

Long Screw Couphngs 26 



Page 

Long Screws 12 

Sweep Cast Iron Fittings.. .41, 56, 57 
Loops, Chandeher, Malleable Iron. . 26 
Low Pressure Damper Regulators. . . 278 

Lubricating Graphite 172 

Lubricators, Brass 155 

Sight-Feed Detroit 157 

Sight-Feed, Glass Body 156 

Lyman Exhaust Pipe Heads 149 

M 

M Hydrant Repairs 205 

Hydrants 204 

Street Washer Repairs 205 

Street Washers 204 

Machine Bolts 286 

Machines, Cutting, Pipe, Forbes . . . 208, 

209 

Tapping, Water Main 192 

Threading, Pipe, Forbes 208, 209 

Pipe, Hand, Oster 215 

Threading, Pipe, Oster 215 

Threading, Pipe, WilHams . .206, 207 

Magic Steam Flue Cleaners 279 

Magnesia Block Covering 171 

Pipe Covering, Asbestos 170 

Pipe Covering, 85 Per Cent 170 

Malleable Die Stocks 210 

Iron Couphngs 23 

Iron Drainage Fittings . 92 

Iron Driving Caps 176 

Iron Fittings . . . 14^26, 28-33, 41, 288 
Iron Fittings, Extra Heavy. .... 36 

Iron Fittings, Sizes of 41 

Iron Oilers - - 285 

Iron Pipe Saddles 47 

Iron Raihng Fittings 34, 35 

Iron Unions 28-32 

Manhole Covers 188, 189 

Frames * 1^^ 

Manifolds. ... • ^^ 

Marine Fusible Plugs 146 

Mark Pipe Vises. 227 

Maroon Japan 264 

Mars Sight-Feed Lubricators. 156 

Marsh -Paul Radiator Air Valves. . 275 

Matchless Die Stocks, Oster. 215 

Melting Furnaces, Lead. . 194 

Meter Boxes, Extension 185 

Cocks, Gas, Brass 141 

Covers. 1^^ 

Frames 1^^ 

Methods of Facing Companion 

Flanges ^^ 

Mill Hose 161 

Millboard, Asbestos 171 

Miller's Reversible Ratchet Stocks. . 210 

Mineral Wool • • 171 

Moisteners, Air 263 

Monitor Heater Stands 180 

Heaters, Gas ISO 



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Page 

Mueller Pipe End Reamers 219, 220 

Tapping Machines 192 

N 

Nason Steam Traps 135 

Needle Valves, Brass, Standard 110 

Neu-Wa Radiator Bushings 27 

New York Pattern Hose Valves 166 

Nipples, Brass, Rough 107 

Hose Ig2 

Locknut 7, 12 

Pipe 10-12 

Solder, Brass 104 

Tank 12 

Noiseless Back Pressure Valves 129 

Back Pressure Valves, K & T. . . 13,0* 

Nokoros Unions 28 

Norwall Radiator Air Valves 276 

Nozzles, Gas . . 180 

Nuts, Lock/ Brass, Finished 108 

Lock, Brass, Rough 107 

Lock, Cast Iron, Standard .... 40, 44 
Waste, Malleable Iron 26 

o 

O. D. Pipe, Large 3 

Oakum 159 

Offset Reducing Couplings . . . . 23 

Offsets, Cast Iron, Drainage ....... 102 

Malleable Iron 25 

Oil Cups, Brass, Allen 154 

Pumps, Brass . 155 

Traps, K&T 137 

Oilers, Engineers' 285 

Malleable Iron 285 

Railroad 285 

^ Steel 285 

Ornamental Radiators, Cast Iron 

253, 258 

Oster Bulldog Die Stocks 214 

Hand Pipe Machines 215 

Matchless Die Stocks 215 

Pipe Threading Machines 215 

Pipe Threading Tools 214 



Packing, Asbestos Wick 159 

Candle Wick 159 

Jute ■ ■ ' 159 

Sheet, Cloth Insertion 159 

Sheet, Rainbow 159 

Packless Radiator Valves 272, 273 

Palmer Back Water Traps 191 

Back Water Valves 191 

Paper, Asbestos 171 

Paragon Sight-Feed Lubricators. ./. 156 

Parker Pipe Vises 228 

Parts, Boiler, Heating, Imico 240 

Boiler, Heating, Imico Ilhnois . . 246 
Hydrant, M 205 



Page 

Parts, Injector, Penberthy 158 

Pipe Hanger 51 

Pipe Wrench, Stillson 224 

Pipe Wrench, Trimo 224 

Pump Rod Stock 219 

Steam Trap, Nason 135 

Street Washer, M 205 

Pedestals, Radiator 262 

Penberthy Injectors 158 

Pendant Cocks, Gas 179 

Pieces, Extension, Malleable Iron ... 26 

Pillar Cocks, Gas 179 

Pillars, Gas 180 

Pin Indirect Radiators 259 

Pipe,Black 1,2 

Brass 105 

Bronze 105 

Coated 1, 2 

Copper 105 

Cutting 7 

Extra Strong 2, 4 

Fire Department 164 

Galvanized 1,2 

Gas. 1^ 2 

Hose 164 

Iron 105 

Iron, Cast. 181 

Iron, Cast, Specials for 182, 183 

Iron, Wrought 4 

O. D. Large 3 

Riveted, Spiral . . . . 6 

Steam 1^2 

Steel, Wrought * 4 

Threading '. 7 

Trade Customs 4 

Water 1^ 2 

Pipe Bending Forms, Vanderman 227 

Bends g, 9 

Covering, Air Cell, Asbestos 170 

Covering, Frost-Proof, Alaska. . 170 

Covering, Frost-Protective 170 

Covering, Magnesia, Asbestos.. . 170 
Covering, Magnesia, 85 Per Cent 170 

Covering, Sectional 170 

Covering, Wool Felt 170 

Cutters, Barnes 222 

Cutters, Beaver 222 

Cutters, Saunders 222 

Cutters, Toledo 223 

Cutters, Trimo 222 

Cutters, Vosper. . 223 

Cutting Machines, Forbes.. .208, 209 

Drills 220 

End Reamers 219, 220 

Hangers, Adjustable 51, 52 

Hangers, Chicago 51 

Hangers, Expansion 51 

Hangers, Ring, Solid 52 

Heads, Exhaust, Lyman 149 

Heads, Exhaust, Sorge. 149 

Hooks, Gas 52 

Joint Compound, Graphite 172 

Machines, Hand, Oster 215 



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Page 



Pipe Nipples 10-12 

TJpRinGrs 4^u 

Saddles, MaUeabie Iron 47 

Stocks and Dies. 210-218 

Strainers, Suction 177 

Taps - 220 

Threading Machines, Forbes . 208, 209 
Threading Machines, Oster. . . . . 215 
Threading Machines, Wilhams 

206, 207 

Threading Tools, Adjustable 210 

Threading Tools, Armstrong. 212, 213 

Threading Tools, Beaver 211 

Threading Tools, Oster 214 

Threading Tools, Toledo. . . .216-218 

Tongs, Chain, Common 226 

Tongs, Chain, Ideal 226 

Tongs, Chain, Vulcan 226 

Vises, Chain, Vulcan 228 

Vises, Combination. 228 

Vises, Kit -■■■■ 227 

Vises, Mark 227 

Vises, Parker 228 

Vises, Smith Pattern 228 

Wrenches, Stillson 224 

Wrenches, Trimo 224 

Wrenches, Warnock 225 

and Bench Vises 228 

Plates, Ceihng, Cast Iron 53 

Expansion . 50 

Floor, Cast Iron 53 

Hook ■ 50 

Wall, Malleable Iron 26 

Pliers, Combination 221 

Flat Nose 221 

Gas 221 

Side Cutting . 221 

Universal 221 

Plugs, Brass, Finished 108 

Brass, Rough 107 

Cast Iron, Standard . .40, 46 

Fusible, Marine 146 

Pipe, Cast Iron 182 

Testing, Soil Pipe 191 

Plumbers' Oakum. 159 

Pluvius Lawn Sprinklers 167 

Pneumatic Pressure Tanks 284 

Water Supply System 284 

Points, Well, Drive, Brass Jacket. . . 175 

Well, Washer 175 

Pop Safety Valves, American 127 

Safety Valves, Brass • 127 

Safety Valves, House Heater ... 126 

Safety Valves, Iron Body 127 

Preservers, Glass, Gauge, Gilbert's. 152 

Pressure Gauges ■ 148 

Generators, Tillman. . 281 

Pipe, Flanged, Spiral Riveted. . . 6 
Regulating Valves, K & T.. . 131, 132 

Tanks, Pneumatic 284 

Preston Lawn Sprinklers 167 

Primer, Bronze 264 

Enamel 264 



Page 

Pump Governors, K & T . 134 

Regulators, Automatic. ........ 134 

Regulators and Condensation 

Receivers, K & T 134 

Rod Stocks and Dies 219 

Pumps, Oil, Brass 155 



Quick-Opening Gate Valves, Brass, 

Standard - ■ • H^ 

Gate Valves, Iron Body, 
Standard H^ 



Racks, Hose, Bowes' 168 

Hose, Dewey 169 

Hose, Hartford 169 

Radiator Air Moisteners ^^^ 263 

Air Valves 275,276 



Bases. 



259 



Boxes - 262 

Brackets 262 



Bronze . 



264 

Bushings ;. ■ ' ■/ ' .' ' ?I 

Bushings, Cast Iron, Standard. . 46 

Dampers 262 

Enamel - 264 

Pedestals • • • 262 

Union Elbows -^ 271 

Valves 271-274 

Radiators, Cast Iron oe? ocf 

Ornamental, Cast Iron . .253, 258 

Pin Indirect ;. • 259 

Wall 259-261 

Window, Cast Iron 258 

Railing Fittings, Finished Brass 106 

Fittings, Malleable Iron 34, 35 

Railroad Oilers. 285 

Unions, C-D 30 

Rainbow Sheet Packmg . * 159 

Ratchet Attachments, Armstrong.. . 213 

Die Stocks, Beaver 211 

, - Die Stocks, Oster 214 

Pipe Cutters, Toledo - - 223 

Stocks, Reversible, Miller's 210 

Reamers, Burring ^ 219 

Pipe 220 

Pipe End 219,220 

Receivers, Condensation, Automatic, 

K & T 134 

Red Lead 172 

Reducer Couplings • 176 

Reducers, Cast Iron, Extra Heavy . 79 

Cast Iron, Standard 40, 44 

Hose 162 

Malleable Iron 25 

Pipe, Cast Iron • ■ 183 

Taper, Cast Iron, Standard 65 

Reducing Cast Iron Fittmgs, 

Flanged, Standard 72, 73 

Companion Flanges, Extra Heavy 84 



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Page 

Reducing Companion Flanges, Stan- 
dard.. . 70 

Crosses, Cast Iron, Extra Heavy 89 

I Crosses, Malleable Iron 23 

/ Elbows, Cast Iron, Special 90 

Laterals, Cast Iron, Extra Heavy 89 
Tees, Cast Iron, Extra Heavy . . 88, 89 

Tees, Cast Iron, Special 90 

Tees, Malleable Iron . 22 

Y Bends, Malleable Iron 22 

Register Air Moisteners 263 

Regulating Valves, K & T 131, 132 

Valves, Pressure, K&T....131,132 

Valves, Pump, K & T 134 

Regulators,T)amper, Low Pressure 278 

Pump, Automatic 134 

Temperature, Chicago 269 

Relief Valves, Exhaust, Automatic, -" 

K & T 130 

Valves, Water, American 128 

Valves, Water, Brass 128 

Valves, Water, Iron Body 128 

Repairs, Boiler, Heating, Imico .... 240 
Boiler, Heating, Imico lUinois. . . 246 

Hydrant, M 205 

Injector, Penberthy 158 

Pipe Hanger. 51 

Pipe Wrench, Stillson 224 

Pipe Wrench, Trimo 224 

Pump Rod Stock 219 

Steam Trap, Nason 135 

Street Washer, M 205 

Rests, Rod 27 

Return Bends, Brass, Finished 108 

Bends, Cast Iron, Standard .... 45 

Bends, Malleable Iron 24 

Bends, Rough 107 

Reversible Ratchet Stocks, Miller's .210 

Ring Gaskets 91 

Lawn Sprinklers 167 

Pipe Hangers, Solid 52 

Rings, Cistern 189 

Coalhole 189 

Manhole 188 

Riveted Pipe, Spiral 6 

Roadway Boxes 185 

Rod Couplings, Iron 176 

Couplings, Wood 176 

Rests 27 

Rods, Fiber. 171 

Roller Tube Expanders, Standard.. . 280 
Roof Connections, Cast Iron, Drain- 
age. 104 

Rope, Asbestos 159 

Rough Brass Fittings . 107, 109 

Round Boilers, Imico Ilhnois 242-245 

Rubber-Lined Hose, Cotton 161 



Saddles, Pipe, Malleable Iron 47 

Safety Valves, Brass 126 

Valves, Iron Body 126 



Page 

Safety Valves, Pop, American 127 

Valves, Pop, Brass 127 

Valves, Pop, House Heater 126 

Valves, Pop, Iron Body 127 

Saunders Pipe Cutters 222 

Scotch Gauge Glasses 152 

Scrapers, Tube, EUiptical 279 

Tube, Engineers' Favorite. ..... 279 

Screwed Fittings, Cast Iron, Drain- 
age 92-104 

Fittings, Cast Iron, Extra Heavy 58 
Fittings, Cast Iron, Long Sweep 

41, 56, 57 

Fittmgs, Cast Iron, Standard. . 37-46, 

288 

Screws, Coach 287 

Hanger 287 

Lag 287 

Long 12 

Skein 287 

Seamless Brass Pipe 105 

Sectional Boilers, Imico 229-240 

Pipe Covering 170 

Sections, Extension, Service Box. . . 184 

Extension, Valve Box 186 

Self-Feed Tube Cutters, Ideal 280 

Service Boxes 184 

Cocks, Gas, Brass. 141 

Connections 193 

Tees, Malleable Iron 22 

Sets, Oiler, Engineers' 285 

Sewer Grates 190 

Shafts, Valve Box 186 

Sherman Hose Clamps 163 

Sheet Millboard, Asbestos 171 

Packing, Cloth Insertion 159 

Packing, Rainbow. 159 

Sheets, Fiber 171 

Shoes, Drive 177 

Siamese Connection Escutcheons. . . 165 

Connections, Standpipe 164, 165 

Side Cutting Pliers 221 

Sight-Feed Lubricators, Detroit 157 

Lubricators, Glass Body 156 

Siphons, Gauge, Steam 146 

Iron 146 

Sizes of Cast Iron Fittings 38-41 

of Malleable Iron Fittings 41 

Skein Screws. 287 

Sleeves, Pipe, Cast Iron. 182, 183 

Smith's Maltese Water Heaters 252 

Pattern Pipe Vises 228 

Smooth-On Compound 172 

Sockets, Hydrant 27 

Soil Pipe Testing Plugs 191 

Solid Pipe Dies 210 

Ring Pipe Hangers 52 

Solder Nipples, Brass 104 

Sorge Exhaust Pipe Heads 149 

Special Pipe Cut to Order 7 

Specials for Cast Iron Pipe 182, 183 

Spigots and Flanges, Pipe, Cast Iron . 1 83 
Spiral Riveted Pipe 6 



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Page 

Sprinkler Heads 55 

Sprinklers, Lawn 167 

Spud Wrenches, Ideal 277 

Standard Brass Gate Valves 113 

Brass Valves 110-112 

Cast Iron Fittings 37-46, 59-70, 

72, 73, 90, 288 

Combination Water and Steam 

Gauges 151 

Fire Box Boilers 250 

Flange Unions 47 

Heating Boilers 251 

Iron Body Gate Valves 117-119 

Iron Body Valves 114-116 

Pressure Regulating Valves, 

K&T 131 

Roller Tube Expanders 280 

Steam Traps 135 

Unions 31 

Water Columns 151 

Standpipe Siamese Connections. 164, 165 

Stands, Coil, Laundry 50 

Heater, Monitor 180 

Steam Cock Wrenches 140 

Cocks, Brass 140 

Fitters' Asphaltum 264 

Flue Cleaners, Magic 279 

Gauge Siphons 146 

Hosl. 160 

Hose Clamps 163 

Hose Couplings • - - 162 

Pipe • 1 » 2 

Thermometers • ■ 147 

Traps, Davis 136 

Traps, K&T 137 

Traps, Nason 135 

Traps, Standard 135 

Whistle Valves 153 

Whistles 153 

and Water Gauges, Combination 151 

Steel Boiler Tubes 5 

Oilers 285 

Pipe, Wrought 4 

Stillson Pipe Wrenches 224 

Stocks, Die, Adjustable, Armstrong 

' . _ .212,213 

Die, Adjustable, Beaver 211 

Die, Adjustable, Toledo 216-218 

Die, Beaverette 211 

Die, Bulldog, Oster 214 

Die, Malleable 210 

Die, Matchless, Oster 215 

Die, Ratchet, Beaver 211 

Die, Ratchet, Oster. 214 

Die, Warren 211 

Ratchet, Reversible, Miller's .... 210 

Stocks and Dies, Pipe .210-218 

and Dies, Pump Rod 219 

Stop Cock Boxes, Buffalo 184 

Cocks, Gas. 179 

Cocks, Ground Key 174 

and Waste Cocks, Ground Key . 174 
Storage Tanks, Hot Water 282, 283 



Page 

Straiglxt Cocks, Gas 179 

Strainers, Globe 177 

Pipe, Suction 177 

Strap Pipe Vises, Warnock 225 

Straps, Tinned 52 

Street Washer Guides and Checks . . 27 

Washer Keys 27 

Washer Repairs, M 205 

Washers, M 204 

Suction Hose Clamps 163 

Pipe Strainers 177 

Supplies, Fire Department 164, 165 

Supply System, Water, Pneumatic . . 284 
Swing Check Valves, Brass, Stand- 
ard -.-. Ill 

Check Valves, Iron Body, Extra 

Heavy 122 

Check Valves, Iron Body, Hy- 
draulic 122 

Check Valves, Iron Body, Stand- 
ard 115 

Cocks, Gas 179 

Joints, Brass 146 

Swinging Hose Racks 169 

Sylphon Packless Radiator Valves. . 272 

Vent Valves.... » 276 

Systems, Heating, Vacuum, Vapor, 

Imico 265-268 



Tank Brackets, Expansion, Ideal. ... 277 

Gauges, Expansion 150 

Nipples 12 

Tanks, Blow-Off, Cast Iron 201 

Expansion, Galvanized 277 

Expansion, Wood . . , 277 

Pressure, Pneumatic 284 

Storage, Hot Water 282, 283 

Tap Wrenches. 220 

Taper Reducers, Cast Iron, Extra 

Heavy ■ 79 

Reducers, Cast Iron, Standard. . 65 

Tapping Machines, Water Main 192 

Taps, Pipe 220 

Tees, Branch 49 

Brass, Cast Iron Pattern 109 

Brass, Finished 106,108 

Brass, Rough _....... 107 

Cast Iron, Drainage 95 

Cast Iron, Extra Heavy 58, 76, 

. . .80-82,88,89 

Cast iron, Long Sweep 56, 57 

Cast Iron, Special 90 

Cast Iron, Standard ... 38, 39, 41, 43, 

62,66-68,72,73 

Circulating, Tillman 55 

Malleable Iron 21, 22 

Malleable Iron, Extra Heavy ... 36 

Pipe, Cast Iron 182, 183 

RaiHng, Malleable Iron 34, 35 

Union, Boiler, Lawler 33 

Union, Malleable Iron 32 



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Page 

Tees, Wash Tray 25 

Temperature Regulators, Chicago. . 269 
Templates for DriUing, Extra Heavy 85 

for DrilHng, Standard 71 

Test Gauges 147 

Testing Plugs, Soil Pipe 191 

Thermometers, Hot Water 147 

Steam 147 

Thermostat Control, Dewey 270 

Thermostats, Dewey 270 

Threading Machines, Pipe, Forbes 

208,209 

Machines, Pipe, Oster 215 

Machines, Pipe, Williams . . . 206, 207 

Pipe.., . 7 

Tools, Pipe, Adjustable 210 

Tools, Pipe, Armstrong 212, 213 

Tools, Pipe, Beaver 211 

Tools, Pipe, Oster. . 214 

Tools, Pipe, Toledo 216-218 

Throttle Valves, Brass 125 

Valves, Iron Body 125 

Ticonderoga Flake Graphite, Dix- 
on's 172 

Tillman Circulating Tees 55 

Pressure Generators 281 

Tinned Straps 52 

Toledo Adjustable Die Stocks. . .216-218 

Center Finders 223 

Pipe Cutters 223 

Pipe Threading Tools 216-218 

Tongs, Pipe, Chain, Common 226 

Pipe, Chain, Ideal . 226 

Pipe, Chain, Vulcan 226 

Tools, Threading, Pipe, Adjustable.. 210 
Threading, Pipe, Armstrong. 212, 213 

Threading, Pipe, Beaver 211 

Threading, Pipe, Oster 214 

Threading, Pipe, Toledo. . . .216-218 

Traps, Back Water, Palmer 191 

Brass, Finished 108 

Cast Iron, Drainage 103 

Grease, K & T . 137 

Oil, K&T 137 

Steam, Davis 136 

Steam, K&T 137 

Steam, Nason 135 

Steam, Standard 135 

Tri-Duty Air and Vacuum Valves, 

Dewey 267 

Trimo Pipe Cutters 222 

Pipe Wrenches 224 

Tube Cleaners 279 

Cutter Extensions. . 280 

Cutters, Boiler, Lagonda 280 

Cutters, Self-Feed, Ideal 280 

Expanders, Roller, Standard. . . . 280 

Scrapers, Elliptical 279 

Scrapers, Engineers' Favorite. . . 279 

Tubes, Boiler 5 

Tubing, Fiber 171 

Tucker Connections, Cast Iron, 

Drainage 104 



u 



Page 



Union Elbows, Malleable Iron 32 

Elbows, Radiator 271 

Tees, Boiler, Lawler 33 

Tees, Malleable Iron 32 

Unions, Brass, Finished. 108 

Brass, Rough . 107 

Flange, Brass 109 

Flange, Extra Heavy 47 

Flange, Malleable Iron 31 

Flange, Standard 47 

Imico 29 

Malleable Iron 28-32 

Nokoros 28 

Railroad, C-D 30 

Standard 31 

Unique Hot Water Radiator Valves 274 

Universal Bracket Swing Cocks. ... 178 
Pliers 221 

V 

Vacuum Gauges 148 

Heating System, Vapor, Imico 

265-268 

Pump Governors, K&T 134 

Valves, Dewey 267 

Valve Box Bases 187 

Boxes 186 

Discs, Brass, Standard 112 

Valves, Air, Dewey 267 

Air, Radiator 275, 276 

Angle, Brass, Safety. 126 

Angle, Brass, Standard 110, 112 

Angle, Iron Body, Extra Heavy. 120 
Angle, Iron Body, Jenkins Disc. 116 
Angle, Iron Body, Standard .... 114 

Back Pressure, Iron Body 129 

Back Pressure, K&T 130 

Back Pressure, Noiseless. . . .129, 130 

Back Water, Palmer 191 

Balanced, K&T 133 

Brass, Standard 110-112 

Butterfly, Brass 125 

Butterfly, Iron Body 125 

Check, Brass, Angle, Standard 

111,112 

Check, Brass, Ball, Standard. . . Ill 
Check, Brass, Horizontal, Stand- 
ard 111,112 

Check, Brass, Swing, Standard.. Ill 
Check, Brass, Vertical, Standard 111 
Check, Iron Body, Horizontal, 

Standard 115 

Check, Iron Body, Swing, Ex- 
tra Heavy 122 

Check, Iron Body, Swing, Hy- 
draulic 122 

Check, Iron Body, Swing, Stand- 
ard 115 

Check, Iron Body, Vertical, 

Standard 115 

Cross, Brass, Safety 126 



XXIV 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



Page 

Valves, Cross, Brass, Standard ., 110, 112 
Cross, Iron Body, Extra Heavy. 121 

Cross, Iron Body, Safety 126 

Cross, Iron Body, Standard 114 

Flanged, Prices for Drilling 87 

Float, K & T 133 

Foot, Brass 124 

Foot, Iron Body 124 

Gate, Brass, Hose 113 

Gate, Brass, Standard 113 

Gate, Iron Body, Extra Heavy.. 123 
Gate, Iron Body, Standard. .117-119 
Globe, Brass, Standard ..... 110, 112 
Globe, Iron Body, Extra Heavy. 120 
Globe, Iron Body, Jenkins Disc. 116 
Globe, Iron Body, Standard. ... 114 

Hose 166 

Iron Body, Extra Heavy 12C-122 

Iron Body, Standard 114-116 

Needle, Brass, Standard 110 

Radiator 271-274 

Regulating, K & T 131, 132 

Regulating, Pressure, K & T . 131, 132 

Regulating, Pump, K & T 134 

Relief, Exhaust, Automatic, 

K&T 130 

Relief, Water, American. ....... 128 

Relief, Water, Brass 128 

Relief, Water, Iron Body 128 

Safety, Brass 126 

Safety, Iron Body 126 

Safety, Pop, American 127 

Safety, Pop, Brass 127 

Safety, Pop, House Heater 126 

Safety, Pop, Iron Body 127 

Templates for Drilling, Extra 

Heavy 85 

Templates for Drilling, Standard . 7 1 

Throttle, Brass 125 

Throttle, Iron Body 125 

Vacuum, Dewey 267 

Vent, Sylphon 276 

Whistle, Steam. 133 

Valves and Fittings, Flanged, Gas- 
kets for 91 

Vanderman Pipe Bending Forms ... 227 
Vapor Vacuum Heating System, 

Imico 265-268 

Vent Valves, Sylphon 276 

Vertical Check Valves, Brass, Stand- 
ard Ill 

Check Valves, Iron Body, Stand- 
ard 115 

Vises, Bench and Pipe 228 

Pipe, Chain, Vulcan 228 

Pipe, Combination 228 

Pipe, Kit 227 

Pipe, Mark 227 

Pipe, Parker 228 

Pipe, Smith Pattern 228 

Vesper Pipe Cutters 223 

Vulcan Chain Pipe Tongs 226 

Chain Pipe Vises 228 



Page 

Vulcanized Asbestos Packed Iron 

Cocks 143 



w 

Wall Plates, Malleable Iron. 26 

Radiators - .259-261 

Warnock Pipe Wrenches 225 

Warren Die Stocks 211 

Wash Tray Tees 25 

Washer, Well Points 175 

Washers, Bibb 173 

Gauge, Glass 152 

Street, M 204 

Waste. 159 

Waste Nuts, Malleable Iron . 26 

Water Boilers, Aetna 249 

Columns, Standard 151 

Connections, Brass. 193 

Feeders, Automatic 278 

Gauge Guards 152 

Gauges 150 

Heaters, Illinois 247 

Heaters, Imico 248 

Heaters, Smith'a Maltese 252 

Hose 160 

Hose Clamps 163 

Main Tapping Machines 192 

Pipe 1,2 

Relief Valves, American 128 

Relief Valves, Brass 128 

Relief Valves, Iron Body 128 

Supply System, Pneumatic. .... 284 
and Steam Gauges, Combination 151 

Weight, Pipe, Cast Iron 181 

Weight of Large O. D. Pipe 3 

Well Points, Drive, Brass Jacket. ... 175 

Points, Washer 175 

Western Grease Cups, 154 

Whistle Valves, Steam 153 

Whistles, Chime 153 

Steam a 153 

White Lead " 172 

Wick, Asbestos 159 

- Candle 159 

Williams Pipe Threading Machines 

206,207 

Window Radiators, Cast Iron 258 

Wire Brushes .^. 279 

Cutters, Combination.. . 221 

Wood Expansion Tanks . 277 

Rod Couplings . 176 

Wool, Mineral 171 

Wool Felt Pipe Covering . . , 170 

Wrenches, AUigator 225 

Cock, Steam 140 

Goes 225 

Pipe, Stillson : 224 

Pipe, Trimo 224 

Pipe, Warnock 225 

Spud, Ideal 277 

Tap 220 



CHICAGO, [LLINOIS 



XXV 



Page 

Wrought Iron Couplings 13 

Iron Pipe 4 

Steel Pipe 4 



Y Bends, Brass, Finished 108 

Bends, Brass, Rough . 107 



Page 

Y Bends, Cast Iron, Standard 40, 43 

Bends, Malleable Iron 22 

Branches, Cast Iron, Drainage 96-102 
Branches, Cast Iron, Extra 

Heavy 78 

Branches, Cast Iron, Special .... 90 
Branches, Cast Iron, Standard. . . 64 
Branches, Pipe, Cast Iron 183 



INDEX TO FIGURE NUMBERS 



The illustrations in this catalogue are grouped by pages. All the illustrations on a 
given page are designated by the same number, being distinguished from each other by 
the addition of different letters. 

To locate any figure, ignore the letter, and find the figure number in the first col- 
umn. The page numlber will be opposite. 

Thus, to give Fig. 14B merely look up 14 which is to be seen on page 182. 



Fig. No. Page 
1 1 

14 182 

45 10 

77. 249 

108. ... . .54 

111 195 

112 196 

127 197 

135 198 

136 199 

162 200 

169 156 

187 286 

246 .207 

251 206 

311 120 

470 287 

580 179 

606 69 

648 71 

652 48 

670 106 

710 50 

722 56 

723 57 

728 .283 

732 108 

733 .107 

734 109 

739...... Ill 

757 140 

759 143 

761 115 

766 .124 

773 119 

787 144 

785 138 

800 153 

857 86 

925 131 

932 137 

1229 93 

1232 94 



Fig. No. Page 

1241 95 

1247 96 

1249 ...... 97 

1251 98 

"1252 99 

1254..... .100 

1268 102 

1270 133 

1271 103 

1283 104 

1327.. . ...155 

1352 145 

1433 274 

1449 175 

1559 21 

1583 139 

1805 271 

1913 22 

1922 125 

2224 112 

2312 23 

2335 118 

2530 85 

2550 83 

2669 136 

2862 192 

3019 221 

3133 151 

3163 7 

3274 49 

3387 149 

3395 210 

3421 281 

3502 190 

3526 188 

3543 189 

3584 191 

3591 25 

3606 220 

3679 .168 

3692 181 

3802 122 



Fig. No. Page 

3910 126 

4092" 270 

4138 253 

4180 259 

4182 159 

4204 121 

4206 123 

4249 132 

4331 160 

4419 150 

4440 278 

4489 211 

4570 226 

4753 152 

4807 128 

4831 116 

4836 113 

4848 201 

4887 129 

4946 170 

5031 174 

5044 127 

5100 35 

5138 272 

5241 110 

5242 177 

5265 204 

5287 205 

5290 227 

5291 228 

5308 134 

5316 91 

5351 130 

5361 53 

5702 218 

5714 216 

5849 157 

6001 24 

6023 26 

6028 36 

6029 31 

6049 217 

6083 32 

xxvii 



Fig. No. Page 

6106 34 

6242 178 

6314 117 

6316 276 

6382 245 

6420 173 

6423.. . .. .219 

6509 250 

6518 52 

6519 28 

6567 166 

6598 29 

6606 223 

6686..... .154 

6722 203 

6723 202 

6765 6 

6792 209 

6805 169 

6813 30 

6816 277 

6854 47 

6867 ...... 162 

6869 12 

6934 214 

6955 215 

7104 208 

7188 13 

7191 . 42 

7267 43 

7280 158 

7293 172 

7503 225 

7511 230 

7524 184 

7570 282 

7618.. .. .171 

7728 44 

7750 232 

7765 248 

7810 147 

7811...... 148 

7812 284 



Fig. No. Page 

7902 252 

7968 45 

7975 58 

8016 161 

8052 285 

8174 165 

8194 167 

8227 164 

8235 261 

8245 186 

8327 212 

8334 187 

8336 213 

8397. .... .222 

8511 142 

8567. .... .260 

8617 273 

8635 236 

8670 176 

8768 60 

8817 61 

8826 62 

8827 67 

8833 68 

8876 66 

8914 163 

8915 63 

8948 183 

8958 231 

9003 264 

9007 224 

9013 194 

9021 193 

9151 263 

9168 279 

9214 242 

9225 267 

9240 247 

9302 280 

9340 237 

9341 243 

9349 238 



XXVIU 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



Fig. No. Page 

9354 20 

9355 ...... 64 

9361 239 

9393 244 

9428 258 

9441 ...... 33 

9458 65 



Fig. No. Page 

9487 70 

9510 74 

9532 75 

9533 80 

9570 76 

9571 81 

9572 82 



Fig. No. Page 

9573 77 

9577 78 

9578 79 

9579 84 

9593 135 

9620 114 

9642 46 


Fig. No. Page 
9647 51 

9783...... 141 

9792 146 

9793 185 

9795 269 

10238 275 



Fig. No. Pa^c' 

10284 55 

10285 101 

1028(> 27 

10398. .... .180 

10499 90 

10516 262 

10563 233 



• \ 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



STANDARD STEAM, GAS AND WATER PIPE 

BLACK AND GALVANIZED 




Fig. lA 



As Adopted January 1, 1913 
All Weights and Dimensions are Nominal 







Diameter 




Weight, 


PER Foot 




Size 


Price 
per Foot 


Inches 


Thickness 
Inches 


Pounds 


Number 


Inches 


External 


Internal 


Plain 


Threaded 


of Threads 
per Inch 












Ends 


and Coupled 




Vs 


.05^ 


.405 


.269 


.068 


.244 


.245 


27 


¥y 


.06 


.540 


.364 


.088 


.424 


.425 


18 


H 


.06 


.675 


.493 


.091 


.567 


.568 


18 


^ 


■08K 


.840 


.622 


.109 


.850 


.852 


14 


H 


• iiH 


1.050 


.824 


.113 


1.130 


1.134 


14 


1 


.17 


1.315 


1.049 


.133 


1.678 


1.684 


8 


V6 


.23 


1.660 


1.380 


.140 


2.272 


2.281 


m 


■w^ 


1.900 


1.610 


.145 


2.717 


2.731 


2 


.37 


2.375 


2.067 


.154 


3.652 


3.678 


23^ 


.58^ 


2.875 


2.469 


.203 


5.793 


5.819 


3 


W^ 


3.500 


3.068 


.216 


7.575 


7.616 


8 


3M 


.92 


" 4. 


3.548 


.226 


9.109 


9.202 


8 


4 


1.09 


4.500 


4.026 


.237 


10.790 


10.889 


8 


fi 


1.27 


5. 


4.506 


.247 


12.538 


12.642 


8 


5 


1.48 


5.563 


5.047 


.258 


14.617 


14 810 


8 


6 


1.92 


6.625 


6.065 


.280 


18.974 


19.185 


8 


7 


2.38 


7.625 


7.023 


.301 


23.544 


23 769 


8 


8 


2.50 


8.625 


8.071 


.277 


24.696 


25 


8 


8 


2.88 


8.625 


7.981 


.322 


28.554 


28 809 


8 


9 


3.45 


9.625 


8.941 


.342 


33.907 


34 188 


8 


10 


3.20 


10.750 


10.192 


.279 


31.201 


32 


8 


10 


3.50 


10.750 


10.136 


.307 


34.240 


35. 


8 


10 


4.12 


10.750 


10.020 


.365 


40.483 


41.132 


8 


11 


4.63 


11.750 


11. 


.375 


45.557 


46.247 


8 


12 


4.50 


12.750 


12.090 


.330 


43.773 


45 


8 


12 


5.07 


12.750 


12. 


.375 


49.562 


50.706 


8 


13 


5.60 


14. 


13.250 


.375 


54.568 


55.824 


8 


14 


6.10 


15. 


14.250 


.375 


58.573 


60.375 


8 


15 


6.50 


16. 


15.250 


.375 


62.579 


64.500 


8 



The permissible variation in weight is 5 per cent above and 5 per cent below. 
1 urnished with threads and coupling and in random lengths, unless otherwise ordered. 
^or cut lengths, an extra charge will be made above random lengths. 
lor pipe smoothed on the inside, known as reamed and drifted, an extra charge will 
be made above standard pipe. & m 

For galvanized or coated pipe, an extra charge will be made above black. 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



STEAM, GAS AND WATER PIPE 

BLACK AND GALVANIZED 

All Weights and Dimensions are Nominal 
Adopted January 1, 1913 

EXTRA STRONG 



Size 


Price 
per Foot 


Diameter 


, Inches 


Thickness 
Inches 


Weight, per Foot 


Inches 


External 


Internal 


Pounds 


Vs 


.12 


.405 


.215 


.095 


.314 


H 


.07H 


.540 


.302 


.119 


.535 


H 


,01 y2 


.675 


.423 


.126 


,738 


H 


.11 


.840 


.546 


,147 


1.087 


U 


.15 


1.050 


.742 


.154 


1.473 


1 


.22 


1.315 


.957 


.179 


2.171 


IM 


.30 


1.660 


1.278 


.191 


2.996 


13^ 


.361^ 


1.900 


1.500 


.200 


3.631 


2^' 


.50H 


2.375 


1.939 


.218 


5.022 


Wz 


.77 


2.875 


2.323 


.276 


7.661 


3 


1.03 


3.500 


2.900 


.300 


10.252 


W2 
4 


1.25 


4. 


3.364 


.318 


12.505 


1.50 


4.500 


3.826 


,3:^7 


14.983 


43.^ 


1.80 


5. 


4.290 


.355 


17.611 


5 


2.08 


5.563 


4.813 


.375. 


20.778 


6 


2.86 


6.625 


5.761 


.432 


28.573 


7 ' 


3.81 


7.625 


6.625 


.500 


38.048 


8 


4.31 


8.625 


7.625 


.500 


43.388 . 


9 


4.90 


9.625 


8.625 


.500 


48.728 


10 


5.48 


10.750 


9.750 


.500 


54.7.35 


U 


6.10 


11.750 


10.750 


.500 


60.075 


n 


6.55 


12.750 


11.750 


.500 


65.415 



The permissible variation in weight is 5 per cent above and 5 per cent V)elow. 





DOUBLE EXTRA STRONG 




Size 


Price 
per Foot 


Diameter, Inches 


Thickness 
Inches 


Weight, per Foot 


Inches 


External 


Internal 


Pounds 


J^ 

M 


.32 


.840 


,252 


.294 


1.714 


.35 


1.050 


.434 


.308 


2.440 


1 


.37 


1.315 


,599 


.358 


3.659 


IM 


.52H 


1.660 


.896 


.382 


5.214 


■ iy2 


.65 


1.900 


1.100 


.400 


6.408 


2 


.91 


2.375 


1.503 


.436 


9.029 


2H 


1.37 


2.875 


1%771 


,552 


13.695 


3 


1.86 


3.500 


2.300 , 


.600 


18.583 


33-2 


2.30 


4. 


2.728 


.636 


22.850 


4 


2.76 


4.500 


3.152 


.674 


27.541 


4J^ 


3.26 


5. 


3.580 


.710 


' 32.530 


5 


3.86 


5.563 


4.063 


.750 


38.552 


6 


5.32 


6.625 


4.897 


.864 


53.160 


7 


6.35 


7.625 


5.875 


.875 


63.079 


8 


7.25 


8.625 


6,875 

r\ „ . J. „ 1 


.875 


72.424 



The following notes apply to both tables: 

Furnished with plain ends and in random lengths, unless otherwise ordered. 

Random length of extra strong and double extra strong pipe is considered to be 12 
feet to 22 feet, we to have the privilege, however, of supplying not exceeding 5 per cent 
of total order in lengths from 6 to 12 feet 

For pipe fitted with threads and couplings; for cut lengths, or galvanized or coated 
pipe, an extra charge will be made 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



LARGE O- D. PIPE 

PLAIN ENDS 
PRICE LIST 

Revised and Adopted January 1, 1913 
All Weights and Dimensions are Nominal 



Outside 
Diam. 

Inches 



14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
20 
21 
22 
24 
26 
28 
30 



Price, per Foot 




Thickness. Inches 



6.34 

6.81 

7.28 

7.74 

8.21 

9.15 

9.61 

10.08 

11.01 

11.95 

12.88 

13.82 



U 



7.21 

7.75 

8.28 

8.82 

9.35 

10.42 

10.95 

11.49 

12.55 

13.62 

14.69 

15.76 



8.68 
9.28 
9.88 
10.48 
11.68 
12.28 
12.88 
14.09 
15.29 
16.49 
17.69 



% 



8.93 
9.60 
10.27 
10.94 
11.60 
12.94 
13.61 
14.27 
15.61 
16.94 
18.28 
19.61 



H 



9.78 
10.51 
11.25 
11.98 
12.72 
14.19 
14.92 
15.65 
17.12 
18.59 
20.06 
21.53 



H 



10.62 
11.42 
12.22 
13.02 
13.82 
15.42 
16.23 
17.03 
18.63 
20.23 
21.83 
23.43 



Vs 



12.27 
13.20 

14.14 
15.07 
16.01 

17.88 



13.89 
14.96 
16.03 
17.09 
18.16 
20.30 



IVs 



15.47 
16.68 

17.88 
19.08 
20.28 
22.68 







EST 


IMATED WEIGHTS 






The Permissable Variation in 


Weight is 5 Per Cent Ahove and 5 Per Cent Below 


Outside 


Weight, Pounds, per Foot 


Diam. 


Thickness, Inches 




M 


M 


H 


K 


'A 


% 


14 


36.713 


45.682 


54.568 


63.371 


72.091 


80 726 


15 


39.383 


49.020 


58.573 


68.044 


77.431 


86 734 


10 
17 


42.053 
44.723 


52.357 
55.695 


62.579 
66.584 


72.716 
77.389 


82.771 
88.111 


92.742 

98.749 


18 


47 . 393 


59.032 


70.589 


82.061 


93.451 


104.757 


20 
21 
22 

24 
26 

28 
30 




65.708 


78.599 


91.407 


104.131 


116.772 




" 69.045 


82.604 


96.079 


109.471 


122.780 




72.383 


86.609 


100.752 


114.811 


128.787 






94.619 


110.097 


125.491 


140.802 






102.629 


119.442 


136.172 


152.818 








128.787 


146.852 


164.833 








138.132 


157.532 


176.848 


Outside 


Weight, Pounds, per Foot 




Diam. 






Thickness, Inches 








Vb 


% 


H 


Vs 


1 


IVs 


14 


89.279 


97.748 


106.134 


122.654 


138.842 


154 . 695 


15 


95.954 


105.091 


114.144 


132. 


149.522 


166 710 


16 


102.629 


112.433 


122.154 


141.345 


160.202 


178 725 


17 


109.304 


119.776 


130.164 


150.690 


170.882 


190 740 


18 


115.979 


127.188 


138.174 


160.035 


181.562 


202 756 


20 


129.330 


141.804 


154.194 


178.725 


202.923 


226 786 


21 


136.005 


149.146 


162.204 








22 


142.680 


156.489 


170.215 








24 


156.030 


171.174 


186.235 








26 


169.380 


185.859 


202.255 








28 


182 . 730 


200.545 


218.275 








30 


196.081 

^„ — ;n u^ 


215.230 

1-:!. __ _ 1 • 


234.296 









j?^ + 1 lu Z. ""T* — , ^^^^^yj^±± iciigLiio, jjiaiii ciiius, uiiiess oDnerwise oraerea. 

lor cut lengths an extra charge above random will be made. For threaded -pipe an extra 
charge above plam end will be made. 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



IRON OR STEEL WROUGHT PIPE 

FOR STEAM, GAS OR WATER 

THE MEANING OF TRADE TERMS AS APPLIED TO PIPE 

WROUGHT IRON PIPE 

This term is now used indiscriminately to designate all butt or lap welded pipe, 
whether made of wrought iron or steel. If your requirements demand the use of either 
steel or iron, state plainly on your order: 

''THIS PIPE MUST BE WROUGHT STEEL'' 

OR 
"THIS PIPE MUST BE WROUGHT IRON" 
Otherwise we shall ship either at our option. 

EXTRA STRONG PIPE 

This term designates a heavy pipe, from }4 to 12-inch only, made of either puddled 
wrought iron or soft steel. Unless directed to the contrary, we usually ship wrought 
steel pipe. Extra strong pipe is always shipped with plain ends and without couplings, 
unless we receive instructions to thread and couple, for which there is an extra charge. 

This term when applied to pipe larger than 8-inch is somewhat indefinite, as 9, 10 
and 12-inch are made both X% and }4 inch thick. We carry these sizes in stock }4 inch 
thick, and always furnish that thickness on open orders. 

DOUBLE EXTRA STRONG PIPE 

This pipe is approximately twice as heavy as Extra Strong, and is made from J^ to 
8-inch in both wrought iron and steel. It is difficult, however, to find any quantity in 
"wrought iron," and our stock is usually soft wrought steel. This pipe is shipped with 
plain ends, without couplings, unless we receive orders to thread and couple, for which 
there is an extra charge. 

PIPE TRADE CUSTOMS 

Every piece of pipe, tubing, casing, boiler tubing, line pipe and drive pipe is care- 
fully tested, but as it is impossible to always detect imperfections, the only guarantee 
that is given is to furnish new material for such goods as are found defective. Under 
no circumstances is the seller responsible for any damages beyond the price of the goods. 
No charges for labor or expense required to repair defective goods or damage occasioned 
by them will be allowed. If the goods are defective, the measure of damages is the price 
of the defective pieces. 

Claims for shortage or deductions for erroneous charges must be promptly presented 
or will not be allowed. 

The outside diameter of goods heavier than standard is the same as standard, the 
extra thickness being on the inside, so that the different weights of the same size use 
the same coupling. 

Special goods made to specifications, where buyer is to inspect, mast be inspected 
and accepted before shipment is made. After shipment is made our responsibility 
ceases. 






CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



5 



STANDARD STEEL AND IRON BOILER TUBES 

All Weights and Dimensions are Nominal 
Adopted January 1, 1913 



Exter- 


Standard 
Thickness 


Steel 
Weight 

Foot 
Pounds 


Pbice, per Foot 


nal 
Diam. 
Inches 


Birming- 
ham 
Wire 

Gause 


Inches 


Standard 

Thickness 

Inches 


One Extra 
Wire Gauge 


Two Extra 

Wire Gauges 


Three Extra 
Wire Gauges 


Four Extra 
Wire Gauges 




Steel 


Iron 


Steel 


Iron 


Steel 


Iron 


Steel 


Iron 


Steel 


Iron 


18 

3% 
4 

5 
6 
7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 


13 

13 - 

13 

12 

12 

12 

11 

11 

11 

10 

10 

9 

8 

8 

8 

7 

6 

5 

'3 


.095 
.095 
.095 
.109 
.109 
.109 
.120 
.120 
.120 
.134 
.134 
.148 
.165 
.165 
.165 
.180 
.203 
.220 
.229 
.238 
.243 
.259 
.270 


1.679 

1.932 

2.186 

2.783 

3.074 

3.365 

4.011 

4.331 

4.652 

5.532 

6.248 

7.669 

10.282 

12.044 

13.807 

16.955 

21.240 

25.329 

28.788 

32.439 

36.424 

40.775 

45.359 


.22 

.20 
.22 

.28 

.31 

.34 

.40 

.43 

.47 

.55 

.62 

.76 

1.02 

1.20 

1.38 

1.70 

2.12 

2.53 

2.88 

3.24 


.22 

.20 
.22 

.28 

.3-1 

.34 

.40 

.43 

.47 

.55 

.62 

.76 

1.02 

1.20 

1.38 

1.70 

2.12 

2.53 

2.88 

3.20 


.26 

.22 

.25 

.31 

.34 

.37 

.45 

.49 

,52 

.61 

.69 

.86 

1.12 

1.32 

1.50 

1.91 

2.30 

2.74 

3.12 

3.53 


.26 
.24 
.27 

.34 

.38 

.41 

.48 

.52 

.56 

.65 

.73 

.88 

1.12 

1.32 

1.50 

1.91 

2.30 

2.74 

3.12 

3.53 


.28 

.24 

.28 

.34 

.38 

.41 

.50 

.53 

.57 

.68 

.77 

.93 

1.26 

1.48 

1.69 

2.07 

2.49 

2.98 

3.40 

3.86 


.30 

.28 

.31 

.39 

.44 

.48 

.55 

.60 

.65 

.74 

.83 

1.00 

1.26 

1.48 

1.69 

2.07 

2.49 

2.98 

3.40 

3.86 


.31 

.27 

,30 

.37 

.42 

.45 

.55 

.59 

.63 

.74 

.83 

1.04 

1.36 

1.60 

1.83 

2.23 

2.70 

3.26 

3.65 

4.07 


.33 

.32 

.35 

.44 

.51 

.55 

.63 

.68 

,73 

.83 

.94 

1.10 

1.36 

1.60 

1.83 

2.23 

2.70 

3.26 

3.65 

4.07 


.34 

.29 

.33 

.41 

.46 

.50 

.59 

.64 

.69 

.83 

,93 

1.13 

1.47 

1.72 

1.97 

2.42 

2.95 

3.43 

4.00 

4.60 


.36 

.36 

.38 

.49 

,57 

.62 

.70 

.76 

.82 

.92 

1.04 

1.23 

1.47 

1.72 

1.97 

2.42 

2.95 

3.43 

4.00 

4.60 



Above prices are for tubes 23^-inch and larger up to 22 feet long and tubes 2Ji-inch 
and under up to 18 feet long; for tubes in excess of these lengths extra charge will be 
made. 

Tubes more than four gauges heavier than standard will be charged per pound. 
Boiler tubes to special specifications, special prices on application, 

WEIGHTS OF EXTRA GAUGE STEEL TUBES 



Outside Diameter inches 


m 


2 


^H 


W2 


2% 


3 


SH 




One iiiXtra Uauge, per foot pounds 

Two " Gauges, " " 

Three " *• ",..." 
Four " " " « 


1.910 
2.089 
2.312 
2.532 


2.201 
2.409 
2.670 
2.927 


2.492 
2.729 
3.028 
3.322 


3.050 
3.386 
3.717 
4.114 


3.370 
3.743 
4.112 
4.555 


3.691 
4.101 
4.508 
4.995 


4.459 

4.903 
5.436 
5.901 


Outside Diameter inches 


3>^ 


3M 


4 


4J^ 


5 


6 


7 


One Extra Gauge, per foot pounds 

Two " Gauges, " « 

Three " 

Pour " " " . . ; * ; 


4.817 

5.298 
5.877 
6.382 


5.175 
5.693 
6.317 

6.863 


6.088 
6.758 
7.343 
8.232 


6.879 
7.639 
8.304 
9.316 


8.520 

9.266 

10.400 

11.231 


11.188 
12.568 
13.580 
14.646 


13.110 
14.736 
15.930 

17.188 


Outside Diameter inches 


8 


9 

197072 
20.629 

22.271 
24.179 


10 


11 


12 


13 




One Extra Gauge, per foot pounds 

Two " Gauges, " <' 

Three " 

Four " " " " 


15.033 
16.904 
18.280 
19.730 


22.979 
24.813 
26.945 
29.470 


27.355 
29.711 
32.503 
34.283 


31.188 
34.008 
36.512 
39,918 


35.243 
38.569 
40.691 
45.971 





ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 






SPIRAL RIVETED FLANGED PRESSURE PIPE 

GALVANIZED OR ASPHALTED 




Fig. 6765A 

Specify maximum working pressure under which piping will operate. 
Galvanized pipe is furnished in 20-foot lengths; asphalted, in 25-foot lengths. 
include A. & R. flanges attached. 



Prices 



Inside Diameter inches 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


Thickness, B. W. G number 


20 


20 


20 


18 


18 


18 ■ 


16 


16 


16 


Approximate Weight per Foot . .pounds 

Price, Galvanized .per foot 

" Asphalted " 


2 
.55 

.38 


3 

.72 
.49 


.85 
.56 


5 
1.13 

.78 


6 
1.30 

.89 


t5^2 
1.49 
^0^ 


9 
2.01 
1.43 


2.17 
1.54 


2.30 
^.68 


Inside Diameter inches 


12 


13 


14 


15 


16 


18 


20 


22 


24 


Thickness, B. W. G number 


16 


16 


14 


14 


14 


14 


14 


12 


12 


Approximate Weight per 1^'oot . .pounds 

Price, Galvanized per foot 

« Asphalted " 


123/2 
2.65 
1.91 


14 

2.96 
2,04 


I81/2 
3.66 
2.65 


20 
4.00 
2.89 


22 
4.42 
3.14 


25 

5.06 
3.62 


^^7^2 
5.65 
4.08 


39^/2 
7.60 
5.65 


43 

8.20 
6.17 



Weights are based on asphalted pipe. 

CONNECTIONS USED WITH SPIRAL RIVETED PIPE 

FLANGE JOINTS BOLTED JOINTS 





Fig. 6765B 



SLIP JOINTS 



Fig. 6765C 




Fig. 6765D 



Size 
Inches 



*Pkice, Fi^anges Riveted 
TO Pipe, Each 



3 
4 
5 
6 

7 

8 

9 

10 



Black 



.78 
.94 
1.10 
1.52 
1.95 
2.21 
2.78 
3.05 



Galvanized 



.87 
1.06 
1.25 
1,71 
2.20 
2.50 
3.15 
3.50 



Price 
Bolted Joints 

Complete 
Black, Each 



1.22 
1.70 
2.00 
2.90 
3.20 
3.40 
3.90 
6.00 



Size 
Inches 



*Pkice, Flanges Riveted 
TO Pipe, Each 



12 
14 
15 
16 

18 
20 

22 
24 



Black 



3.52 
4.15 

4.97 
6.02 
6.92 
7.74 
11.34 
12.26 



Galvanized 



4.50 

5.85 

6.94 

8.46 

9.57 

10.60 

15.40 

16.70 



■" Pr 

Bolted 

Com 

Black, 



lee 
Joints 

plete 
I'^ach 



6 
8 
10 
12 
13 
13 
15 
17 



.70 
.70 
.45 
.55 
.35 
.45 
.00 
.00 



* Price is for one flange only. Bolts and gaskets are not included. 
Pipe with slip joints, prices on application. 



■^^'1 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



SPECIAL PIPE CUT TO ORDER 

DIAGRAM SHOWING SCREWED VALVE AND FITTINGS 
(( J, ?> 




■S^ n^f^ r^'^lja 





Fig. 3163A 



-DIAGRAM SHOWING FLANGED VALVE AND FITTINGS 




Fig. 3163B 

We are equipped with the most improved facilities for cutting, threading and fitting 
all sizes of pipe to sketch. 

In laying out work of this kind great care should be taken in making sketches. All 
measurements should be given center to center, as shown in above diagrams. It is also 
necessary to know for what purpose the pipe is to be used and pressure required to 
stand. 

CUTTING STANDARD PIPE THREADS 



Size inches 


Vs 


H 


Vs K 


H 


1 


iH 


I'A 


2 


2K 


Price each 


.05 


.05 


.05 .05 


.05 


.06 


.07 


.08 


.10 


.15 


Size inches 


3 


3H 


4 


4^ 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


Price each 


.20 


.25 


.35 


.45 


.55 


.70 


.85 


1.00 


1.25 


1.50 


Size inches 


12 


14 


15 


16 


18 


20 


22 


24 






Price each 


2.50 


3.50 


3.50 


5.00 


8.00 


10.00 


12.5015.00 






LOCKNUT THREADS 



Size inches 

Price each 



H 



.10 



.10 



_y2_ 

.10 



.10 



.12 



IH 



.14 



m 



.16 



.20 



21^ 



.30 



.40 



314 



.50 



,70 



LOCKNUT NIPPLES 

Made to Order and Charged as Cut Pipe, Threads Extra 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



PIPE BENDS 

MADE FROM LAP WELDED STEEL PIPE 
N22 
y\ SINGLE_OFFSET 




CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



PIPE BENDS 

MADE FROM LAP WELDED STEEL PIPE 





R-M-N 




X 


Y 

Center of Bends to 
Face of Flanges 
or Enda of Pipe 


Size of Pipe 
Inchea 


Advisable Radiua 

of Benda 

Inches 


T 

Center to End or 
Face of Flangea 


Length of Tangents 

or Straight Pipe 

on Each Bend 

Inches 


r- 


121^ 


%in. 


4 


1 ft. 43^ in. 

1 " 7 " 


15 


lOM " 


4 


4 


17^^ 
20 


1ft. i^in. - 
1 " IM " 


5 
5 


1"103^ " 
2 " 1 " 


4^ 


22>^ 


1 " m " 


6 


2 " 4^ " 
2 " 7 " 


5 


25 


1 " 4^ " 


6 


6 


30 


1 J* TJ4 " 


7 


3 " 1 " 


7 
8 


35 


1"10^ " 


8 


3 " 7 " 


•40 


2 " 1% " 


9 


4 " 1 " 


9 


45 


2 " 55^ " 


11 


4 " 8 " 


10 


50 


2 " 8% " 


12 


5 " 2 " 


12 


60 


3 " 2y, " 


14 


6 " 2 " 


14 


70 


3 " 9 " 


16 


7 " 2 


15 


75 


3 "11>16 " 


16 


7 " 7 " 


16 


80 


4 *' 33^ " 


18 


8 " 2 " 


18 


108 


5 " 2% " 


18 


10 " 6 " 


20 


120 


5 " Vyi « 


18 


11 " 6 " 


22 


132 


6 " ^ " 


18 


12 " 6 " 


24 


144 


6 " 55^ " 


18 


13 " 6 " 


Size of Pipe 


Lineal Feet of Pipe 


Lineal Feet 


Lineal Feet 


Minimum Radius to 
which Bends Can 


Inchea 


in Each Quarter 


of Pipe in 


of Pipe in 


be made from Extra 






Each "U" Bend 


Each 45° Bend 


Strong Pipe only 
Inches 


2K. 


2 it. n% in. 


3 ft. 111^ in. 


1 It. 53^ in. 


7 


3 


2 " 1% " 


4 " VA " 


1 " lys " 


8 


'i !! lY^ *; 


5 " 5 " 


1 " 11^ " 


10 


4 


a '* 51^ " 


6 " 1 


2 " m " 


12 


iV2 


3 " 1114 " 


6 " 103^ " 


2 " 53^ " 


14 


5 


4 " 3i| " 


7 " Gy. " 


2 " ly^ " 


15 


G 


5 " 114 *' 


9 " K '^ 


3 " lyz " 


20 


7 


5 "11 " 


10 " 6 " 


3 " 73^ " 


24 


8 


G " 9 " 


11 " ll?i " 


4 " 1^ " 


28 


9 


7 " 83^ « 


13 " 7^ " 


4 " 91^ " 


35 


10 


8 " 6J/^ " 


15 " lA " 


5 " 31^ " 


40 


12 
14 


10 " 1^ " 

11 "10 " 


18 " }i " 
21 " 


" 31^ " 
7 " 3 " 


50 
65 


15 


12 " 6 " . 

13 " 5^ " 

17 " IM " 

18 " 8i| " 

20 " 3 " 

21 " 10 " 




7 " 7 " 

8 " 23^ " 

10 " y, " 

10 "101^ " 

11 '* 1% " 

12 " y, " 


70 

78 

88 

104 

132 

144 


16 




18 




20 




22 




24 





ue print, should accompany all requests for prices 1 



Full dimension sketch or bl 
pipe bends. 

Drawing submitted should include dimensions A, B, C, D, H and O where neces^ 
sary, and any other variations from dimensions as given in the above table. 

Lineal feet of pipe used in bends will vary, according to dimensions varying from 
the above table. 



10 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



NIPPLES 



SHOULDER NIPPLE 



SHORT NIPPLE 






Fig, 46A Fig. 45B 

BLACK RIGHT-HAND NIPPLES 




Length, Inches 


«5 

1 


PllICE 

Each 


Peice 


, Extra Long Nipples, 


Each 


« 


O 


Long 




11 


hD 
C 





Length 


, Inches 




3 


4 


5 6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


¥4, 


iy2 


2 


2J^ 


3 


Wi 


>i 


.04 


.06 


.07 . 


08 .10 


.12 


.14 


.15 


.17 


.18 


.19 


% 


W2 


2 


2K 


3 


Wi 


M 


.04 


.00 


.07 . 


08 


10 


.12 


.14 


.15 


.17 


.18 


.19 


1 


W^ 


2 


2^ 


3 


w 


5^ 


.04 


.06 


.07 . 


08 


10 


.12 


.14 


.15 


.17 


.18 


.19 


m 


m 


2 


23^ 


3 


w 


^ 


.05 


.07 


.08 . 


10 


12 


.14 


.16 


.18 


.20 


.22 


.23 


m 


2 


2>^ 


3 


3^ 


4. 


5^ 


.06 


.09 




11 


13 


.17 


.18 


.20 


.22 


.24 


.26 


m 


2 


2>^ 


3 


33^ 


4 


1 


.08 


.13 




15 


18 


.23 


.25 


.28 


.31 


.34 


.36 


Wi 


2^ 


3 


W2 


4 


4^ 


IM 


.11 


.17 




20 


24 


.29 


.33 


.36 


.40 


.44 


.47 


1% 


23^ 


3 


W2 


4 


4>i 


IJ^ 


.13 


.20 




25 


29 


.36 


.40 


.45 


.50 


.54 


.59 


•2 


23^ 


3 


W2 


4 


4J^ 


2 


.18 


.27 




32 


38 


.50 


.54 


.59 


.65 


.72 


.77 


W2 


3 


W^ 


* 


4>^ 


5 


2}^ 


.39 


.59 






68 


.90 


.97 


1.06 


1.17 


1.26 


1.35 


23^ 


3 


W2 


4 


4H 


5 


3 


.48 


.72 






85 


1.08 


1.20 


1.33 


1.45 


1.58 


1.70 


??4 


4 


41^ 


fi 


rn^ 


fi 


B14 


.75 


1.05 








1 30 


1.45 


1.60 


1 ?5 


1 90 


2 05 


3 


4 


4J^ 


5 


5H 


6 


4 


.85 


1.20 








1.52 


1.69 


1.87 


2.05 


2,22 


2.40 


3 


4 


4J^ 


5 


5^ 


6 


4>^ 


1.25 


1.70 




. . « 




2.25 


2.50 


2.75 


2.95 


3.17 


3.40 


31^ 


5 
5 
5 
5 


5 


51^ 


fi 


W2 

fii4 


5 


1.55 


2.45 








">, 58 


2.83 


3 10 


3 35 


3 60 


3 85 


3M 

3f^ 
4 


5 


5U 


fi 


fi 


1 85 


2,90 








3 05 


3 35 


3,70 


4.0a 


'4.30 


4 65 










7 

8 

9 

10 


3.20 
3.55 
5.25 
6.75 






3 


60 
05 


4.05 

4.55 


4.45 

5.05 
6.50 

8 25 


4.90 

5.50 
7.10 
8 90 


5.30 
6.00 
7.75 
9 70 


5.75 

6.50 

8.40 

10 40 


6 15 














4 


7 00 
















9 00 


4 




















11.15 


4 


5 










12 


8.00 












10.00 


10.80 


11.75 


12.70 


13 65 























Nipples made to order from extra heavy pipe at double above list. Nipples larger 
than 12 inches made to order and charged as cut pipe. Threads extra. 



i'< 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



11 



NIPPLES 



BLACK RIGHT AND LEFT-HAND NIPPLES 



Add 60 per cent to above prices for galvanized right and left nipples. 





Length 


IxVCHES 






a 


Price, Ea. 






Price 


Extra Lon 


G Nipples, Each 


_ 




t 

o 


Long 




G 



4 






Length, 


Inches 






1 


[ 5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


IJ 


m 


CO 


Om 


^ 




















'A 


1K2 


2^2 3 


31/2 


y4 


.05 


.08 


.0 


9 .11 


.13 


,16 


.18 


.20 


.23 


.25 


.27 


■•A 


1^2 a 


21/2 3 


31/2 


H 


.05 


.08 


.0 


9 .11 


.13 


.16 


.18 


.20 


.23 


.25 


.27 


1 


1^2 a 


21/2 3 


31/2 


H 


.05 


.08 


..0 


9 .11 


.13 


.16 


.18 


.20 


.28 


.25 


.27 


1^8 


i>i 


2 


^J/23 


m 


H 


.07 


.10 


.1 


1 .13 


16 


.18 


.21 


.24 


.27 


.29 


.31 


m 


2 


2^2 


3 


31/2 


4 


H 


.08 


.12 




. .15 


.17 


.23 


.25 


.27 


.29 


.32 


.35 


i>i 


2 


2^2 


3 


3^2 


4 


1 


,11 


.18 




. .20 


.24 


.31 


.33 


.87 


41 


.45 


.48 


1% 


2^2 


3 


3}^^ 


^4 


4^2 


IK 


.15 


.23 




. .27 


.32 


.39 


.45 


.50 


.55 


.60 


,65 


i-h 


2^2 


3 


m 


4 


41/^ 


IH 


.18 


.27 




. .34 


.39 


.48 


.52 


.60 


,67 


.72 


.80 


2 


2^ 


3 


m 


4 


4J^ 


2 


.24 


.36 




. .43 


.51 


.67 


.72 


.80 


.87 


.96 


1.03 


a^2 


3 


3^^ 


4 


4^2 


5 


2J^ 


.52 


.79 






.91 


1.20 


1.30 


1.40 1.55 


1.68 


1.80 


2J^2 


3 


afi 


4 


4|i 


5 


3 


.65 


.96 






1.13 


1.44 


1.60 


1.77 1.93 


2.10 


2.27 


'■i'H 


4 


4^2 


5 


5^2 


6 


31^ 


1.00 


1.40 









1.75 


1.95 


2.15 2.35 


2.55 


2.75 


H 


4 


4^2 


5 


5K 


6 


4 


1.15 1.60 








2.00 


2.25 


2.50 2.75 


3.00 


3.25 



GALVANIZED RIGHT-HAND NIPPLES 



Length, Inches , 





Price, Ea. 




Price, 


Extra Long Nipples, Each 


— - 






Long 


t.1 



-38 


to 
a 







Length, Inches 









4 ' 5 


1 6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


u 


m 
W2 




OQ 


OOQ 


^ 


















H 


2 


'^'A 


3 


31/2 


1/^ 


.06 


.11 .12 .15 


i .17 


.21 


.24 


.26 


29 


.31 


.34 


Vh 


IK2 


2 


m 


3 


31/^ 


H 


.06 


.11 


.12 


.15 


.17 


.21 


.24 


.26 


.29 


.31 


.34 


1 


1^2 


2 


'^'A 


8 


31/2 


H 


.06 


.11 


.12 


.15 


.17 


.21 


.24 


.26 


29 


.31 


.34 


iy. 


1^2 


2 


'^'A 


3 


31/^ 


y?. 


.06 


,11 


.13 


.16 


.18 


.23 


.26 


.28 


.81 


.33 


.36 


m 


2 


'^'A 


3 


31/2 


4 


% 


.08 


.14 




.18 


.21 


.26 


.29 


.82 


.85 


.38 


.41 


m 


2 


2J/2 


3 


3^2 


4 


1 


.11 


.19 




.24 


.28 


.34 


.88 


.42 


47 


.51 


.55 


m 


-m 


3 


31/2 


4 


41/2 


IK 


.17 


.29 




.32 


.38 


.45 


.51 


.57 


68 


.69 


.75 


Wx 


^^2 


3 


3^2 


4 


41/2 


1K2 


.21 


.35 




.39 


.46 


.55 


.68 


.70 


,77 


.84 


.91 


2 


^^2 


3 


31/2 


4 


41/2 


2 


.27 


.47 




.52 


.61 


.74 


.88 


.98 


1.08 


1.13 


1.23 


a^2 


3 


3^4 


4 


4J/2 


5 


m. 


.56 


.86 






1.00 


1.26 


1.41 


1.56 


1.71 


1.86 


2.01 


a»4 


3 


3J/2 


4 


4^2 


5 


3 


.70 


1.10 






1.30 


1.60 


1.80 


2.00 


2.20 


2.40 


2 60 


2J4 


4 


434 


5 


5^2 


6 


3^2 


1.20 


1.70 








2.10 


2.35 


2.60 


2.85 


3.15 


3.40 


3 


4 


4^2 


b 


^'A 


6 


4 


11.35 


1.87 








2.30 


2.60 


2.90 


3.20 


3.50 


3.80 


3 


4 


4H 


b 


5^2 


6 


41/2 


1.85 


2.60 








3.30 


3.65 


4.05 


445 


4.85 


5.25 


■A% 


41/2 


b 


5^2 


6 


6I/2 


5 


2.30 


3.15 








3.75 


4.20 


4.60 


5.00 


5.40 


5.85 


m 


4^2 


5 


5^2 


6 


6^2 


6 


2.80 


4.25 








4.50 


5.00 


5.55 


6.05 


6.60 


7.15 


3U 


h 










7 4.25 








4 95 


5 65 


6 35 


7 05 


7 75 


8.45 
10.10 


9.20 
10.95 


.si/i; 


5 










8 5 00 








15.80 


6.65 


7.50 


8.35 


9.25 














I 



Nipples made to order from galvanized extra heavy pipe at double above list. 



^m 



12 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



RIGHT AND LEFT-HAND NIPPLES 
AND LONG SCREWS 



R. AND L. NIPPLES WITH HEXAGON CENTERS 












Fig 


. 6869A 












Size inches 


u 


Vs 


y2 


K 


1 


IH 


IM 


2 


m 


3 


W2 1 4 


Price each 


.20 


.20 


.20 


.25 


.30 


.40 


.50 


.70 


1.10 


1.50 


1.90 i 2.40 


Right-hand he] 


tagon 


nippk 


is mac 
L 


ie to c 
ONG 


rder at a special 
SCREWS 


arice. 


• 







With Coupling and Locknut Faced 

BII^SIII 



Fig. 6869B 



Size. inches 


H 


Vs 


^ 


% 


1 


1^ 


IV2 


2 


2>^ 


3 


W2 


4 


Standard Length . inches 

Price, Black each 

" Galvanized. . " 


W2 

.30 
.35 


3 

.35 
.40 


.40 
.50 


4 

.55 
.66 


1.00 


5 
1.00 
1.25 


1.60 


6 
1.70 

2.10 


7 
2.70 
3.10 


8 
3*70 
4.70 


5.40 
6.50 


9 
6.60 
7.75 



Long screws, longer than standard, made to order and charged as cut pipe. 

In ordering, always specify the length of thread wanted. 

Threads, couphngs and locknuts, extra. 

Long screws made to order from extra heavy pipe. .— 

TANK OR LOCK NUT NIPPLES 




Fig. 6869C 



List prices same as Standard Nipples. These Nipples always furnished 6 inches long 
unless otherwise specified. 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



WROUGHT IRON COUPLINGS 

STANDARD 




Fig. 7188A 



13 















Price, Eacft 




Size of 


Nominal 

Outside 

Diameter 

Inches 


Length of 

Coupling 

Inches 


Average 

Weight of 

Coupling 

Pounds 


No. -of 
Threads 
per Inch 
of Screw 










Pipe 
Inches 


Black 


Galv. 


Right 

and Left 

Black 


Right- 
Hand 
Faced 


Right- 
Hand 
Faced 


















Black 


Gaiv. 


H 


a 


% 


.03 


27 


.05 


.06 








H 


H 


1^2 


.07 


18 


.05 


.06 




07 


.09 


.14 


H 


M 


lA 


.11 


18 


.06 


.08 




08 


.10 


.15 


'A 


lA 


m 


.15 


14 


.07 


.10 




11 


.12 


.18 


■% 


iJi 


m 


.25 


14 


.10 


.13 




15 


.16 


.24 


1 


m 


1% 


.42 


IIH 


.13 


.18 




20 


.22 


.33 


Wa 


m 


2>i6 


.60 


ny2 


.17 


.25 




25 


,30 


.45 


VA 


^a 


2?^ 


.81 


11^ 


.21 


.32 




30 


.40 


.60 


2 


2-M 


2/l6 


1.18 


iiK 


.28 


.40 




50 


,50 


.75 


W2 


3% 


2J^ 


1.70 


8 


.40 


.55 




85 


.70 


1.00 


3 


m 


3.^ 


2.45 


8 


60 


.80 1 1. 


20 


.90 


1.35 


W2 


i% 


3Jl6 


3.40 


8 


.80 


1.05 1. 


60 


1.20 


1.80 


4 


4!^ 


3Jli 


3.50 


8 


1.00 


1.40 2. 


00 


1.50 


2.25 


4y2 


m 


3% 


4.70 


8 


1.50 


2.00 




2.10 




5 


6M 


4H 


8.50 


8 


1.65 


2.25 






2.40 






6 


7A 


4^ 


9.70 


8 


2.40 


3.25 






3.60 






7 


8A 


4^ 


11.10 


8 


3.25 














8 


9M 


4^ 


13.60 


8 


4.25 














9 


10^ 


5H 


17.40 


8 


5.50 














10 


11?^ 


6.H 


31.10 


8 


7.50 














12 


13Ji 


6J^ 


44.20 


8 


10.00 














IM 


-inch tur 


ned and i 


aced cou 


plings to 


fit inside 


; of 2-inc 


b wr 


ough 


t pipe. 


Price 


on 



application 



MISCELLANEOUS SIZES 



Size 


innlips 




Outside Diameter .... 
Length 


. . . .inches 



% 



IK 
2 



2Vs 



111 
3K 



2 
3J^ 



IK 



1% 

3 



iM 



2^ 
3M 



2% 
3M 



These coupUngs are made to order only. Prices according to quantity, on application. 



14 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



MALLEABLE IRON FITTINGS 



QUALITY OF IRON 

Malleable iron, when made by the air 
furnace process, is considered by those who 
know, to be a stronger and better iron than that 
made in the cupola. It is for that reason we 
make our malleable fittings from air furnace 
refined malleable iron. 

We make our malleable fittings from the 
best quality of air furnace refined malleal)le 
iron, and we believe that this iron, Ijeing closer 
and denser than cupola iron, is better ada}>ted 
for pipe fittings. 

Our fittings when submitted to the hammer 
test show a high degree of malleability and are 
not easily broken. 

PATTERNS 

We make our fittings in both flat band and 
plain patterns. Our flat band fittings are made from new patterns, scientifically designed 
by recognized experts, constructed in conformity with the latest ideas* and are uniform as 
to proportions. Our elbows, tees and crosses of the same size, having the same center to face 
dimensions, will commend the favorable notice of practical men. 




THREADING AND REAMING 

Our fittings are reamed or counterbored and are threaded strictly in accordance with 
Briggs standard gauge, %-inch taper to the foot, and conform in this respect with the taper 
of the thread on the pipe. All fittings are tapped on modern machinery, securing absolute- 
ly true angles and perfect alignment. 

WORKING PRESSURE 

Our malleable steam fittings are suitable for steam working pressures up to 150 pounds, 
although, if proper care is exercised in installing them, they will stand higher pressures, 
but as is well known, fittings of all kinds are subject to strains due to expansion or contrac- 
tion, or the making up of joints, so we do not recommend our steam fittings f^r higher than 
the working pressure named. 

STOCK SIZES 

We show on pages 16-19, a large line of straight and reducing sizes and believe these are 
sufficient to cover the requirements of the trade. To avoid making fittings to order we 
reconnnend the use of bushings, but when it is absolutely necessary to have sfiecial fittings, 
we will be glad to quote price on receipt of specifications. This price in all cases will be 
found comparatively high. 

GALVANIZED FITTINGS 

Such sizes of malleable fittings as we list on pages 16-19, and mark with ( * ) are carried 
in stock galvanized; other sizes will be made to order only at a special price, according to 
quantity wanted. 






SPECIAL FITTINGS 

We are prepared to make special fittings at any time and will quote prices on receipt 
of blue prints or samples, together with full information as to quantity wanted, etc. 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



15 



MALLEABLE IRON FITTINGS 

STANDARD CLASSIFICATION AND PRICE LIST 

Adopted June 10, 1907 



Class 



Caps 

Chandelier Hooks 

Loops 
Couplings, R^H, 

R. and L 



Crosses 



Elbows. 

Kll)ows, 45° 

Drop , 
" R. and L. 
Bide Outlet. 



" 45°. 
Extension Pieces. 
Locknuts . 
Return Bends. 

R. and L. 



Tees . 



Tees, Drop. 

Four-way. 



Wall Plates. 
Waste Nuts. 
"Y" Bends. 

60° 




Price, Black per pound 

(Taivanized " 



B 



>^ to 1, inclusive 
All Sizes 

JiandM 

X M to 1 X 3^ 

M to 1, inclusive 
1 and Smaller 
' %^% 

' ~i, >^ , 
'AxVs J 

M to 2, inclusive 
lMto2 
All Sizes 

'A.H.I 
All Sizes 

M, %, Ji, M 1 

1 X H, 1 X M J 

A and Larger 

All Sizes 

34 to 11^, inclusive 

5^tol 

and Larger 

"A 
xHxH 

x}4xiA 

A Reducing 
All Sizes 

Vs. A. % 
HxAxH 

"£xl, IxMxl 

1x1x3^ 

All Sizes 



20 

28 



134 and Larger 



1 and Larger 

*1]4 and Larger 
13^ and Larger 

*H and Larger 
21^ and Larger 

*1M and Larger 



1 and Larger 



lA and Larger 



*M and Larger 



1 and Larger 



.12 

.19 



^Ora^'io^'^.S^^^^ ^ ^-h will be charged as Cla. B. 

irirf^H nsj OAna. Tt ^ 'iggregaung not more than 25 pounds, assortftd n r!lnB««« Ti ^^a 



charged as Class B. 



Vinch street ells, caps and locknuts are sold by piece. 
The run of a tee gives the size for th^ r.nrr.,.00 ^f i^t'„:^^ 



pounds, assorted in Classes B and C, will be 



tee gives the size for the purpose of classificatj. 
right^andleft^fitl'ngs'wei'iircLr^^^^^^^^^ "^"^^' *^^^ ^"« class high-erVhanrigTt 



^if^^^fAlf■' ^'^^^l^of^^^^^'^^S^'i^r^^^^ '^^'^ ^-^.-^ ^^--g^ it. 



JNoTE.— We make many fittings not shown above. If 



For small quantities of 



you need special fittings, specifications are invited. 



16 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



MALLEABLE IRON FITTINGS 

REVISED CLASSIFICATION 

Adopted June 5, 1907 



BANDED FOR STEAM 



PLAIN FOR GAS 





Some sizes of malleable iron fittings are made in two styles banded for steam or water, 
and plain for gas. We will always ship banded pattern when made, unless otherwise 
ordered. 

ELBOWS ELBOWS 

Size Class Size Class Size CliU 

*Steam 5 C *Banded .... H B 

*Steam 6 C 



X8 



¥2 



*Gas 

*Gas 

*Steam & Gas 

*Gas 

*Steam & Gas 
*Steam & Gas 

*Gas 

*Steam & Gas 
*Steam & Gas 
*Steam & Gas 

*Gas 

*Steam & Gas 
*Steam & Gas 

*Gas 

*Steam & Gas 
*Steam & Gas 
*Steam & Gas 

Steam 

*Steam IJ^x % 

*Steam&Gas 1^x1 
*Steam&Gas Ijl 

*Steam IJ^x % 

*Steam 1^x1 

*Steam&Gas l^xlM 
*Steam & Gas 

*Steam 

*Steam 

*Steam & Gas 
*Steam & Gas 

*Steam 23^x1^ 

*Steam 23^x2 

*Steam 23^ 

*Steam 3 x2 

*Steam...... 3 x23^ 

*Steam 3 

Steam 33^x3 

*Steam 33^ 

*Steam 4 x3 

Steam 4 x33^ 

*Steam 4 

Steam 43/^ 



^x y^ 
H 

kx Vs 
Hx^ 

V2 

HxVs 
Mx 3^ 
M 

1 X "' 

1 X 

1 X ^ 

1 

iMx 34 



2 xl 

2 xlM 

2 xl34 
2 



Class 

A 
A 
B 
A 
B 
B 
A 
B 
B 
B 
B 
B 
C 
B 
B 
C 
C 
B 
C 
C 
C 
C 
C 
C 
C 
C 
C 
C 
C 
C 
C 
C 
C 
C 
C 
C 
C 

c 
c 
c 
c 



*Steam 
*Steam 
*Steam 
*Steam 
*Steam 
*Steam 



GHT AND LEFT 
ELBOWS 

. Mx H 



rsx n 

34x 1/2 

Hx % 
1 xl 

13^x1^ 



*Steam 13^x134 

2 " 



Steam 

STREET 

*Banded . 
*Banded . 
*Banded . 
*Banded . 
*Banded . 
*Banded . 
*Banded . 
*Banded . 
*Banded . 
Banded . 

* Banded . 
*Banded . 

* Banded . 

* Banded . 
*Banded . 
*Banded . 
*Banded . 
*Banded . 
*Banded . 
*Banded . 

Banded . 
Banded . 
Banded 



x2 
ELBOWS 



V2 



1 X y^ 

1 X ^ 
1 

iMx % 

11^x1. 

i3^xiM 

134 

2 xlM 

2 xlM 
2 

23^ 

234x2 

3 

3 x234 



x3 



A 
B 
B 
B 
B 
B 
B 
B 
C 
C 
C 
C 
C 
C 
C 
C 
C 
C 
C 
C 
C 
C 
C 



45° STREET ELBOWS 

*Banded.... Y^ A 



*Banded. . 
*Banded . . 
*Banded. . 
*Banded. . 
*Banded . . 
*Banded . . 

Banded . . 

Banded. . 



Size 

y 

1 

iM 

2 
3 
4 



B 
B 
B 
B 
B 
B 
B 



SIDE OUTLET ELBOWS 

Gas ^8X ?/8X y B 

*Gas 54x ^8X ^gB 

*Gas 3^^x 34x ^B 

*Gas 34x 3/2X MB 

Gas J^x ^x 34B 

*Gas Mx Mx 34B 

*Gas Mx Mx ^B 

Gas 1 xl X MB 

*Gas 1 xl xl B 

Gas 11^x13^x1 B 

*Gas lyxiyxiyB 

*Gas 134x1 J4xl34B 

*Gas 2* x2 x2 B 



45° ELBOWS 

*Steam 

*Steam 

*Steam & Gas 
*Steam & Gas 
*Steam & Gas 
*Steam & Gas 
*Steam & Gas 
*Steam & Gas 
*Steam ...... 

*Steam 

*Steam 

Steam 

Steam 

*Steam 

*Steam 



y 

1 

ly 
ly 
2 

W2 
3 

334 
4 

43-2 



B 
B 
B 
B 
B 
B 
B 
B 
C 
C 
C 
C 
C 
C 
C 



*Carried in stock galvanized. 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



17 



MALLEABLE IRON FITTINGS 





REVISED CLASSIFICATION 










Adopted June 5, 1907 








60° ELBOWS 


TEES 




TEES 




Size Class 


Size Class 






Size Class 


Steam 


IH B 


*Steam&Gas 1 x Mx M B 


*Steam&Gas lMxlMx2 C 


*Gas 


■ IM B 


*Steam&Gas 1 x Mxl B 


Steam . . 


.... 2 


X Mx2 B 


*Gas........ 


VA B 


*Gas 1 X Mx MB 


*Steam.. 


....2 


X Mx2 B 


*Gas 


2 B 


*Steam&Gas 1 x Mx M B 


*Steam.. 


....2 


X Mx2 C 






*Steam&Gas 1 x Mx M C 


*Steam.. 


.... 2 


xl x2 C 


TEES 


*Steam&Gas 1 x Mxl C 


*Steam.. 


... 2 


xiMxiMC 


In describin-c tees, the run 


*Gas 1 xl X MB 


*Steam.. 


... 2 


xlMxiMC 


is first named 


, then the out- 


*Steam&Gas 1 xl x MB 


*Steam.. 


.... 2 


xlMx2 C 


let thus: 




*Steam&Gas 1 xl x M B 


*Steam.. 


.... 2 


xlMxl C 


14TH- 


y2XVsXH 


*Steam&GAS 1 xl x MC 


*Steam.. 


.... 2 


xlMxiM C 


*Steam&Gas 1 xl xl C 


*Steam&Gas 2 


xiMxiMC 


H 




Steam Mx MxlM C 


*Steam&Gas 2 


xlMx2 C 


*Gas 


VsxAAx HA 


*Steam 1 x MxlM C 


Steam . . 


2 


x2 X MB 


Gas 


HxVsx HA 


*Steam&Gas 1 xl xlM C 


*Steam.. 


.... 2 


x2 X MB 


*Gas 


V4X KxHA 


*Steam&Gas iMx MxlM B 


*Steam&Gas 2 


x2 X MC 


*Steam & Cras 


Mx Kx MB 


*Steam IMx Mxl B 


*Steam&Gas 2 


x2 xl C 


*Gas 


HxUxHB 


*Steam...... IMx MxlM B 


*Steam&Gas 2 


x2 xlMC 


*Gas 


^x MxMB 


*Steam IMx Mx M C 


*Steam&Gas 2 


x2 xlMC 


*Gas 


Mx Mx^B 


*Steam IMx Mxl C 


*Steam&Gas 2 


x2 x2 C 


*Gas 


Mx HxHA 


*Steam IMx MxlM C 


*Steam.. 


....2 


x2 x2MC 


*Steam&Gas 


Mx MxMB 


*Gas iMxl X MB 


Steam . . 


.... 2Mx2 xlMC 


*8team & Gas 


MxMxMB 


*Steam IMxl x MB 


Steam.. 


. . . . 2Mx2 x2 C 


*Gas 


Mx MxHB 


*Steam IMxl x MC 


Steam . . 


.... 2MxlMx2MC 


*Gas 


i^x Mx i^B 


*Steam'&Gas IMxl xl C 


*Steam . . 


.... 2Mx2 x2MC 


*Gas. 


3^x HxHB 


*Steam& Gas IMxl xlM C 


*Steam.. 


.... 2Mx2MxMC 


*Gas 


i^x Mx M B 


*Steam&Gas IMxlMx MB 


*Steam.. 


. ... 2Mx2Mxl C 


*Steain & Gas 


y^x Mx MB 


*Steam&Gas IMxlMx MB 


*Steam . . 


.... 2Mx2MxlMC 


*Steam & Gas 


Mx Mx MB 


*Steam&Gas IMxlMx MC 


*Steam . . 


.... 2Mx2MxlMC •;.::'. 


*8team & Gas 


Mx Mx MB 


*Steam&Gas IMxlMxl C 


*Steam.. 


.... 2Mx2Mx2 C 


*Steam & Gas 


Mx Mx MB 


*Steam& Gas l^xlMxlM C 


*Steam.. 


.... 2Mx2Mx2MC 


*Gas 


Mx Mx- M B 


*Steam 1 xl xlM C 


*Steam.. 


.... 2Mx2Mx3 C 


*Gas 


Mx Mx M B 


*Steam IMxl xlM C 


*Steam.. 


.... 2 


x2 x3 C 


*Steam&Gas 


Mx MxMB 


*Steam IMxlMxlMC 


*Steam.. 


.... 3 


x2 x3 C 


*Steam & Gas 


Hx Mx MB 


Steam IMx MxlM B 


Steam.. 


.... 3 


x2Mx2 C - . I 


*Gas 


Mx Mx MB 


*Steam IMx MxlM B 


Steam. . 


.... 3 


x2Mx3 C 


*Gas 


Mx Mx MB 


*Steam IMx Mx M C 


*Steam.. 


.... 3 


x3 X MC 1 


*Gas 


Mx Mx M B 


*Steam...... . IMx MxlM C 


*Steam.. 


.... 3 


x3 xl C 


*Gas 


Mx MxMB 


*Steam IMxl xl C 


*Steam . . 


.... 3 


x3 xlMC 


*Gas 


MxMxMB 


*Steam IMxl xlM C 


*Steam.. 


.... 3 


x3 xlMC 


*Steam & Gas 


Mx Mx MB 


*Steam IMxl xlM C 


*Steam.. 


3 


x3 x2 C 


*Steam&Gas 


Mx Mx MB 


Steam IMxlMx MB 


*Steam . . 


.... 3 


x3 x2MC 


*Steam & Gas 


Mx Mx M B 


*Steam IMxlMx MC 


*Steam.. 


...3 


x3 x3 C 


*Steam&Gas 


MxMxMB 


*Steam IMxlMxl C 


Steam . . 


.... 3Mx3Mx2MC 


*Steam & Gas 


Mx MxMB 


*Steam IMxl MxlM C 


Steam . . 


.... 3Mx3Mx3 C 


*Steam&Gas 


MxMx MC 


*Steam & Gas IMxlMxlM C 


*Steam . . 


.... 3Mx3Mx3MC 


*Steam 


Mx Mxl B 


*Steam IMxlMx MB 


Steam. . 


.... 4 


x3 x4 C 


*Gas 


Mx Mxl B 


*Steam IMxlMx MB 


Steam. . 


.... 4 


x3 x3 C 


*Gas 


Mx Mxl B 


*Steam&Gas IMxlMx MC 


*Steam.. 


.... 4 


x4 xl C 


*8team & Gas 


Mx Mxl C 


*Steam&Gas IMxlMxl C 


*Steam . . 


.... 4 


x4 xlMC 


*Gas 


1 X Mx MB 


*Steam&Gas IMxl MxlM C 


*Steam.. 


.... 4 


x4 xlMC 


*Gas 


1 X Mx MB 


*Steam&Gas IMxl MxlM C 


*Steam.. 


....4 


x4 x2 C 


*Steam&Ga8 1 x ^xl B 


*Steam 1 xl x2 C 


*Steam.. 


....4 


x4 x2MC 


*Gas 


1 X Mx MB 


*Steam lMxlMx2 C 


*Steam.. 


.... 4 


x4 x3 C 


*Steam&Gas 1 x ^x M B 


*Steam lMxlMx2 C 


Steam . . 


.... 4 


x4 x3MC 


*Carried 


m stock galvani 


zed. 









p 






18 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



TEES 

Size Clasf> 

*Steam 4 x4 x4 C 

Steam 43^x43^x43^0 



Steam 


. 5 x5 x2 C 


Steam 


. 5 x5 x3 C 


*Steam 


. 5 x5 x4 C 


*Steam 


. 5 x5 x5 C 


Steam . 


. 6 x6 x2 C 


*Steam 


. 6 x6 x2i^C 


Steam 


. 6 x6 x3 C 


*Steam 


. 6 x6 x4 C 


*Steam 


. 6 x6 x6 C 


FOUR-WAY TEES 


*Cxas 


% B 


*Gas 


3^ B 


*Gas 


M B 


*Gas 


1 B 


*Gas 


IH B 


*Gas 


W2 B 


*Gas 


2 B 


SERVICE TEES 


*Banded . . . 


. %x %x % B 


*Banded . . . 


- 3^xi^x3^B 


*Banded . . . 


. Mx Mx M B 


Banded . . . 


. 3^x3^x3/^B 


Banded . . . 


. Mx Mxl B 


*Banded . . . 


. 1 X Mxl B 


Banded . . . 


. 1 xl X MB 


* Banded . . . 


. 1 xl xl C 


Banded. . . 


. 1 xl xl34C 


*Banded . . . 


. li^ixMxlKC 


*Banded. . . 


. IMxl xli^C 


*Banded. . . 


. IMxl^xl^C 


Banded . . . 


. IMxl xl C 


*Banded . . . 


. IJ^X 3^x13^0 


*Banded . . . 


. 13^x1 xlHC 


*Banded . . . 


. 13^x1^x13^ C 


*Banded . . . 


. 11/2X13^x1,^0 


*Banded . . . 


. 2 xl3^x2 


*Banded . . . 


. 2 x2 x2 


Banded . . . 


. 21^x2 x2HC 


Banded . . . 


. 23^x2^x2)^0 


Banded , . . 


. 3 x2i^x3 


Banded. . . 


. 3 x3 x3 


Banded ... 


. 3 x3 x4 


CF 


lOSSES 


Both out 


ets same size and 


denoted by 


last figure. 


*Gas 


. Mx^xMB 



MALLEABLE IRON FITTINGS 

REVISED CLASSIFICATION 

Adopted June 5, 1907 
CROSSES 

Size Clas 

*Gas Hx Hx ?^B 

*Steam&Gas 3^x )^x 3^ B 

Gas Mx ^8X 3^B 

*Gas 3^x 3^x ^B 

*Gas 3^x 3^x 3^B 

*Gas %x Mx ^B 

*Gas %x %x i^B 

*Steam & Gas %x ^x 54 B 

Gas 1 x i^x 3^B 

Gas 1 X Mx ^B 

Gas... 1 X %x 3^B 

*Gas.. 1 x%xMB 

*Steam&Gas 1 xl x ^B 
*Steam&Gas 1 xl x ^B 



Gas %x Hx ^B 

*Steam & Gas ^^x %x % B 

*Gas 3^x %x 3^B 

*Gas 3^x i^x 34B 



*Steam&Gas 1 xl xl B 

*^Steam 134x1 x ^O 

*Steam 1^x1 xl C 

-Steam...... li^xlj^x 3^ B 

*Steam 13^x1 3^x '3^ B 

*Steam 13^x1 J^x HC 

*Steam 13^x1^x1 O 

*Steam&Gas li^xl^xlM C 

*Steam 13^x134x1^0 

*Steam 1^x1 3^x 3^ B 

*Steam 13^x1 3^x %C 

*Steam 13^x1 J^xl C 

*Steam 13^x13^x13^0 

*Steam & Gas l^xl^xVA O 

*Steam .2 x2 x 3^ B 

*Steam 2 x2 x %C 

*Steam 2 x2 xl O 

*Steam 2 x2 xl^i 

*Steam&Gas 2 x2 xl3^C 
*Steam&Gas 2 x2 x2 O 

*Steam 23^x23^x2 O 

*Steam. 21^x23^x23/^0 

*Steam. 3 x3 x2 

Steam 3 x3 'x23^ O 

*Steam 3 x3 x3 O 

Steam...... 33^x33^x3 J^O 

*Steam 4 x4 x2 O 

*Steam 4 x4 x3 O 

*Steam ...... 4 x4 x4 O 

Steam ...... 5 x5 x5 O 

Steam 6 x6 x6 C 

DROP ELBOWS, 
FEMALE 



*Gas. 
Gas. 
*Gas. 
*Gas . 
*Gas. 
*Gas. 



Mx H 
Hx 14 
Vsx % 

y2x y^ 

^x 3^ 
%x M 



B 
B 
B 
B 
B 
B 



DROP ELBOWS 
MALE AND FEMALE 

Size Cla'^i 



*=Gas. 
^Gas. 
*=Gas. 
*Gas. 



Jix % B 

y%^ Vb b 

J^x 3^ B 



>ix y2 B 

LONG DROP ELBOWS 

Gas.. yx H B 

y^ Vs B 

¥2^ % B 

i^Y \4 B 



''Gas. 
''Gas. 
*=Gas. 



>2X y2 
DROP TEES, FEMALE 



Gas. 
*=Gas. 



B 
/4B 



• . 5/8X %x 34 B 

. . 3/^x ^x 3^ B 

Gas. i^x %x %B 

*Gas. 3^x 3^x ^B 

*Gas 3^x 3^x 3^B 

Gas......... Mx 3^x J - 

*Gas %x Hx } 

*Gas........ Mx Hx VsB 

*Gas Mx ^x 3^B 

*Gas 3^x s^x 3^B 

Gas 1 xl X 3/8 B 

DROP TEES 
MALE AND FEMALE 

Gas Hx Hx 3/gB 

Gas Hx J^x 3^B 

*Gas 3^x Hx 3^B 

Gas 3^x Hx H^ 

*Gas i^x Hx 3^B 

Gas Mx Hx ^B 

*Gas........ 3^x Hx HB 

Gas 1 xl X 3/8 B 

LONG DROP TEES 

*Gas. 3,^X 3 8X 3^B 

Gas 3^x Hx HB 

Gas 1 xl X 34B 

Gas \Hx\Hx HB 

OFFSETS 

All sizes, H IjSnd 13/4-inch B 

EXTENSION PIECES 
MALE AND FEMALE 



CAPS 



''Gas. 
'=Gas. 
"Gas. 



^^A 


B 


X y?. 


H 


x^ 


JJ 


H 


B 


Yx 


B 


'A 


B 



♦Carried in stock galvanized. 



«' 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



19 



MALLEABLE IRON FITTINGS 



CAPS 



*Gas... 
*Gas... 
*Steam . 
*Steam . 
*Steam . 
*Steam . 
*Steam . 
*Steam . 
*Steam . 
*Steam . 
*Steam . 



Sizo 
1 

IM 

2 

3 

4 
5 

6 



REDUQERS 

^x M 



*Gas.. 
*Gas.. 
*Gas.. 
*Gas.. 
*Gas.. 
*Gas.. 
*Gas.. 
*Gas.. 
*Steam & Gas ^ 

*Gas 

*Gas 

*Gas 

*Steam <fe Gas 

*Steam 

*8tearn 

*Steam 

*Steam & Gas 

*Steam 

*Steam ...... 

*Steam 

*Steam & Gas 

*Steam 

*Steam 

*8team 

*Steam 

*Stea,m 

*Steam 

*Steam 

*Steam 

*Steam 

*Steam 

*Steam 

*8team 

*Steam 

*Steam ...... 

*Steam ...... 

Steam 

*Steam . . 

*8team 

*Steam 

*Steani 



M 



REVISED CLASSIFICATION 



^x % 
J^x K 
^x ^ 

Mx 

"€x H 
4x M 



1 x y^ 

1 X % 

iMx Vs 
iMx 3^ 

l^x M 
IJ^xl- 

l^X V2 
l^X % 

1^x1 

13^x11^ 



X 72 

X M 

xl 

xlM 

xl3^ 

21^x1 
2>^xli<C 
2^x13/^ 
23^x2 
3 xl 
3 xlM 
3 xli^ 
3 x2 

3 x2i^ 
33^x2 
33^x23^ 
33^x3 

4 xl 
4 xl^ 
4 xlM 



Class 

B 
B 
C 
C 
C 
C 
C 
C 
C 
C 

c 



A 
A 
B 
A 
B 
B 
B 
B 
B 
B 
B 
B 
B 
B 
B 
C 
C 
B 
C 
C 
C 
B 
C 
C 
C 
C 
C 
C 
C 
C 
C 
C 
C 
C 
C 
C 
C 

c 
c 
c 
c 



Adopted June 5, 1907 
REDUCERS 



Sizo 



Cla«t. 



*Steam . 
*Steam . 
*Steam . 
*Steam . 



4 x2 C 

4 x2i^ C 

4 x3 C 

4 x3i^ C 



RETURN BENDS 
CLOSE PATTERN 





Dist. Btw. 


Clas 


Size 


Center 


R. H. B 


V2 


I 


*B 


% 


■iJi 


*B 


1 


Wi 


*B 


lU 


IH 


*C 


w?. 


2H 


*C 


2 


2^ 


*C 


RETURN 


BENDS 


OPEN PATTERN 



1 

IK 

W2 

2 

2^ 
3 



IK 
2 

W2 

3 

33^ 
4 

5 



*B 
*B 
*B 
*G 
*G 
*C 
*C 
*G 



R &L 
*A 
*B 
*B 
*B 
*B 
*B 



A 
*B 
*B 
*B 
*B 
*B 
B 
B 



*Carried in stock galvanized. 



Y BENDS 

Size Class 

*Steam 34x J^x 3^ B 

*Steam ^x Mx MB 

*Steam 1 xl xl B 

*Steam & Gas 134x11^x1^ B 

Steam 1^x1 J<x 3^ B 

*Steam & Gas 13^x1 ^xlj^ B 
*Steam&Gas 13^x11^x13^ B 
*Steam&Gas IJ^xl^^xlJ^ B 
*Steam & Gas VAxl^xVA B 

*Steam 2 xlj^xl}^ B 

*Steam & Gas 2 xlj^xl^ B 
*Steam&Gas 2 xli^x2 B 
*Steam & Gas 2 xl3^xlM B 
*Steam & Gas 2 xVAxVA B 
*Steam&Gas2 xl3/^x2 B 
*Steam&Gas 2 x2 xlM B 
*Steam & Gas 2 x2 xl3^ B 
*Steam&Gas 2 x2 x2 B 

*Steam 23^x21^x2 B 

*Steam&Gas 21^x23^x23^ B 

*Steam 3 x3 x23^ B 

*Steam 3 x3 x3 B 

*Steam 4 x4 x4 B 

60° Y BENDS 

'Gas 2 x2 x2 B 

'Gas 2 x2 xl3^B 



H 

% 

¥2 



COUPLINGS 
RIGHT AND LEFT 

Size Class 

B 
B 
B 
B 
C 
C 
C 
C 
C 
C 



* 1 

": •■•.. iH 

r 13^ 

" 2 

* 2V. 

*... 3"^ 

COUPLINGS 
RIGHT-HAND 

*Steam&Gas M 

*Steam&Gas 
*Steam & Gas 
*Steam&Gas 
*Steam & Gas 
*Steam & Gas 
*Steam & Gas 
*Steam & Gas 

*Steam 

*Steam 



¥2 



1 

V/2 

2 

21^ 
3 



LOCKNUTS 



%4 
1 

W2 

2 



B 
B 
B 
B 
C 
C 
C 
C 
C 
C 

B 
B 
B 
B 
B 
B 
C 
C 



WASTE NUTS, PLAIN 



U 



¥2 



1 



B 
B 
B 
B 
B 

* l¥ B 

* 13^ B 

CHANDELIER LOOPS 
MALE 

^ B 

¥2 B 

CHANDELIER HOOKS 
MALE OR FEMALE 

% B 

¥2 B 



WALL PLATES 



^8 
¥2 



B 
B 
B 



20 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



MALLEABLE IRON FITTINGS 



)!i 



ELBOWS 



STRAIGHT 






Fig. 9354A Fig- 9354B 

STRAIGHT AND REDUCING 


Fig. 9354C 




Size inches 


Vs 


^ 


% 


¥2 


M 


1 


Wa 


IH 


Price, R, H., Black each 

« R. and L., Black " 

" R. H., Galvanized.... " 
« R. and L., Galvanized. " 


.06 
V08 


.07 
.09 
.09 
.12 


.08 
.11 
.11 
.16 


.10 
.13 
.14 
.17 


.15 
.17 
.20 
.23 


.22 
.25 
.32 
.35 


.25 
.30 
.40 

.45 


.35 
.40 
.60 
.65 


Size inches 


2 


2^ 


3 


m 


4 


.4^ 


5 


6 


Price, R. H., Black each 

" R. and L., Black " 

« R. H., Galvanized .... " 
" R. and L., Galvanized. " 


.50 

.65 

.90 

1.00 


.90 

i.'so 


1.50 

2^66 


2.25 
3.'75 


3.00 
5*66 


3.50 


4.00 
6*50 


6.50 
10.00 



45" 



Size 


inches 


M 


H 


¥2 


M 


1 


Wa 


W2 


2 


Price, Black 

" Galvanized 


each 


.08 
.12 


.10 
.15 


.12 
.20 


.18 
.25 


.26 
.40 


.36 
,50 


.54 

.85 


.82 
1.35 


Size 


.... inches 


^V?, 


3 


3J^ 


4 


4H 


5 


6 




Price, Black 

" Galvanized 


each 


1.25 
1.90 


2.50 
3.75 


3.25 
4.75 


4.50 
6.75 


5.25 


6.00 
9.00 


7.50 
11.00 


.... 





60" 










Size 




inches 


1-M 1^ W2 


2 


Pripp Riack 




each 


.30 
.45 


.45 
.70 


.65 


" Galvanized 




a 


1.05 




STREET 




II 



Fig. 9354D 
















Fig. 9354E 








Size 


. inches 


Vs 


M 


% 


H 


M 


1 


IM 


W2 


2 


23^ 


3 


4 


Price, Black . 

" Galvanized ..... 


. . each 


.08 
.10 


.10 

.12 


.10 
.12 
.12 
.15 


.12 
.15 
.12 
.15 


.20 

.28 
.20 
.28 


.25 
.35 
.25 
.35 


.40 
.55 
.40 
.55 


.55 
.80 
.55 
.80 


.90 
1.30 


1.502.25|3.50 
2.25 3.50'.... 


" 45° Black 


it 
a 


.90;.... 2.25 3.50 


" 45°, Galvanized . 







1.30 






.... 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



21 



MALLEABLE IRON FITTINGS 



SIDE OUTLET 



ELBOWS 

FEMALE DROP 



MALE AND FEMALE DROP 





Fig. 1559A 



Fig. 1559B 




Fig. 1559C 





SIDE OUTLET ELBOWS 










Size 


.' inches 


K 


V?, 


% 


1 


iH 


IVo 


2 


Price, Black .- 

" Galvanized..,,.. 


each 


.08 
.10 


.10 
.15 


.18 
.25 


.30 
.45 


.45 
.65 


.60 
.90 


1.00 
1.50 



DROP ELBOWS 



^^^^ inches 



Price, Female, Black '. each 

" " Galvanized * * * * ' " 

" Male and Female, Black « 

Galvanized " 



.06 
.09 



.08 
.12 
.08 
.12 



U 



.12 
.20 
.12 
.20 



.20 
.35 



LONG DROP ELBOW 




MALE AND FEMALE 
DROP TEE 



LONG DROP TEE 




Fig. 1559D 



Fig. 1559E Fig. 1559F 

LONG DROP ELBOWS 



Fig. 1559G 



Size inches 



Drop Length Over All inches 

Price, Black each 

" Galvanized " 



H^Vs %x% y2xH lAxiA 



.10 

.18 



2}^ 
.10 

.18 



.18 

.27 



.27 



DROP TEES 



Size 


innViAffl 


% 


V2 


M 


1 




Price, Female, Black 


each 


.10 


.14 


.22 


.30 


" " Galvanized 


« 


.15 


.25 


.40 




" Male and Female, Black 


u 


.10 


.14 


.22 


.30 


Galvanized 


a 


.15 


.25 


.40 







LONG DROP TEES 








Size 


inches 


Vs 


MxMxJi 


Ixlx}^ 


iMxlMx^ 


Drop Length Over All 

Price, Black 

" Galvanized 


inches 

each 


2K 
.12 
.17 


m 

.30 


'Xi 


.60 



22 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



MALLEABLE IRON FITTINGS 

TEES^STRAIGHT AND REDUCING 




Fig. 1913A 



Size inches 



PricCj Black. . .each 
Galvanized. 



07 
.09 



M 



% 



.09 
13 



V2 



1 



.25 



.30 
50 



.45 

70 



60 
1.00 



2}^ 



1.05 

1.90 



1.70 
3.00 



m 



2.50 
4.25 



3.40 
5.75 



m 5 



4.255.00 

8.00 



6 

7.75 

12.00 



T rx Pai'^ies desiring R. and L. tees, will state, when ordering, which hole is to be tapped 
left-hand, buch goods can always be furnished to order, 

SERVICE TEE FOUR-WAY TEE 





Fig. 1913B 



SERVICE TEES 



Fig. 1913C 



Size 


. . . inches 


% 


K 


M 


1 


Wa 


1^ 


2 ;2H 


3 


3x21/^x3 


3x3x4 


Price, Black 

" Galvanized . . . 


.... each 


.12 
.15 


.15 

.20 


.25 
.35 


.35 

.50 


.50 

.70 


.75 
1.10 


1.15 2.00 
1.65;.... 


2 50 


2.50 


4.00 



FOUR 


-WAY TEES 










Size inches 


Vh 


y?, 


% 


1 


IM 


.80 
1.10 


2 


Price, Black each 

" Galvanized " 


.12 

.17 


.14 
.20 


.20 

.28 


.35 
.50 


.50 
.70 


1.25 
1.75 



'Y" BENDS— STRAIGHT AND REDUCING 










Fig. 1913D 








* 




Size 


. inches 


¥2 


M 


1 


IM 


1^ 


2 


21/^ 


3 


4 


Price, Black 

" Galvanized . 


. . . each 


.40 
.60 


.50 
.75 


.60 
.90 


.80 
1.25 


1.00 
1.50 


1.70 
2.50 


2.00 
3.00 


4.00 
6.00 


5.50 

8.25 



60° 



BENDS 



^^^^ inches 

Pricej Black. 

" Galvanized 



.each 



2x2 



1.70 
2.50 



2x11^ 



1.70 
2.50 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



23 



MALLEABLE IRON FITTINGS 




Fig. 2312A 



RIGHT-HAND 




Fig. 2312B 



STRAIGHT 


AND 


REDUCING CROSSES 




Size .inches 


H 


H 


'A 


H 


1 


IM 


IH 


Price, Black each 

" Galvanized.... " 


.09 
.12 


.10 
.14 


.16 
.25 


.20 
.29 


.30 
.45 


.40 
.60 


.60 

.90 


Size inches 


2 1 21^ 1 3 1 3^ 


4 


5 


6 


Price, Black each 

" Galvanized.... « 


1.00 
1.50 


1.75 3.00 
2.75 1 4.50 


3.25 


5.25 

8.00 


7.50 


13.00 



COUPLINGS 

RIGHT AND LEFT 



OFFSET 





Fig. 2312C 
RIGHT-HAND 



Fig. 2312D 



Size " inches 


H 


H 


y2 


M 


1 


IM 


IV2 


2 


21/^ 


3 


Price, Black each 

" Galvanized " 


.03 
.05 


.05 
.07 


.07 
.10 


.10 
.17 


.14 
.23 


.20 
.30 


.25 
.40 


.35 
.55 


.60 
.95 


.90 
1.40 



RIBBED RIGHT AND LEFT 



Size 


. . . inches 


u 


% 


H 


H 


1 


IM 


1^ 


2 


2^2 


3 


Price, Black ....... 

" (inlvanized . . 


.... each 


.04 
.06 


.06 
.09 


.08 
.10 


.12 

.17 


.16 
.25 


.25 
.35 


.36 
.55 


.52 
.75 


.70 
1.05 


1.00 

1.50 



OFFSET REDUCING COUPLINGS 

This fitting is the same as a male and female reducer, except that the inlet and out- 
let are oa the same level. By its use water pockets are prevented. 



Size . . . _ ._., inches I lx% llj^xlllixli 



Price ."...; ..; each" .60 .70 .90 



2x13^21^x2 3x23.-^ 
1.10 1.80 2.50 



Size_^ . . . ^. . ., .^ ^.^. inches 33^x3 4x3 l4x33^ 4i^x4| 5x4 |5x43^ 

Price ...;.. .... ....;. . . .Te^h | 3.00 \4M\ 4.00 | 5:w|°6~0Q | Oo 



MALLEABLE IRON CROSS OVERS 




Size inches 


Vo 


H 

.30 
.40 


1 


Price, Black each 

" ( ialvanized " 


.20 
.25 


.45 

.60 




Fig:. 2312E 



24 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



MALLEABLE IRON FITTINGS 

RETURN BENDS 

CLOSE PATTERN 



OPEN PATTERN 




Fig. 6001 A 




Fig. 6001B 



CLOSE PATTERN 

Close pattern return bends will not make up parallel coils, as the distance, center to 
center of two adjacent bends, is greater than the center to center of openings of a 
single bend. 



Size 




. inches 


H 


^ 


H 


1 


m 


IH 


2 


Center to Center 

Price, R. H., Black 

" " Galvanized. . 

" R. andL., Black,... 

" L. H., Black 




. inches 
, .each 

a 
a 
a 


*.16 
.23 


1 

.18 
.25 
.23 
.23 


.25 
.35 
.30 
.30 


1 

.55 
.45 
.45 


.50 
.75 
.60 

.60 


2|l6 

.75 
1.15 

.90 
.90 


1.00 
1.65 
1.25 
1.25 






oPE^ 


1 PAT 


TERN 












Size inches 


H 


'A 


H 


1 


IM 


1^ 


2 


2H 


3 


Center to Center. . . inches 

Price, R. H., Black, .each ' 

" ' " Galvanized " 1 

" R. and L., Black " 

" L. H., Black. . " 


.18 
.25 


.28 
.25 
.25 


2 
.30 

.45 
.38 
.38 


1 

.70 
.60 

.60 


3 

.65 
.90 

.80 
.80 


1.25 

1.05 
1.05 


4 

1.25 
2.00 
1.55 

1.55 


2.00 
3.50 
2.50 
2.50 


5 

3.00 
5.00 
3.75 
3.75 



SPECIAL WIDE PATTERN— RIGHT-HAND 



^^{{^y 



Fig. 6001C 






S ize inches 

Center to Center .... inches 

Price, Black each 

" Galvanized . ... " 

Size inches 

Center to Center inches 

Price, Black each 

" Galvanized " 



n 



.25 
.30 



4 
1.00 
1.35 



_2 

6 " 
4.00 
5.00 



6 

1.25 
1.65 



5.00 
6.50 



1_ 
4 

1.25 
1.70 



8 
5.00 
6.50 



1.25 

1.70 



6 

8.00 
10.00 



m I I'A 



.25 

.70 



6 



12 
16.00 
20.00 



2.00 
2.75 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



25 



MALLEABLE IRON FITTINGS 



OFFSET 



REDUCER 




CAP 




Fig. 3591A 



Fig. 3591B 




Fig. 3591C 



I 



REDUCERS 



Size. 


inches 


K 


Vs 


'A 


H 


1 


IK 


Price, Black -. 

" Galvanized 


each 


.05 
.08 


.06 

.10 


.07 
.10 


.10 
.15 


.16 
.25 


.20 
.35 


Size 


inches 


1^ 


2 


W2 


3 


W2 


4 


Price, Black 

" Galvanized 


each 


.28 
.45 


.45 
.75 


.70 
1.05 


1.00 
1.65 


1.50 
2.40 


1.85 
3.05 







CAPS 



Size 


inches 


M 


Vs 


'A 


% 


1 


IM 


1^ 


Price, Black 

" Galvanized 


each 

« 


.03 
.04 


.04 
.05 


.05 

.08 


.08 
.12 


.12 
.17 


.16 
.24 


.24 
.38 


Size ; 


inches 


2 


2^ 


3 


3K 


4 


5 


6 


Price, Black 

" Galvanized .... 


each 

(I 


.32 
.52 


.45 
.76 


.85 
1.30 


1.00 
1.60 


1.20 
2.00 


2.50 
3.50 


3.50 
5.00 



We can furnish hexagon malleable caps, sizes J^, % and 3^ inch at special price. 

OFFSETS 



Size 


_ __.._.- . . - innhes 


M 


1 


IM 




Offset 


inches 


1^ 
.25 


4 
.40 


2 


I jen erth 


a 


5^ 
75 


Price 


....... . finch 







WASH TRAY TEES 






Fig. 3591D 








Size 




inrhe.s! 


¥2 1 


% 




Price, Malleable Iron, Galvanized... 
". Rough Brass 




each 


.20 
.40 


.30 
.60 







26 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE [RON CO. 



LOCKNUT 



MALLEABLE FITTINGS 

BUSHING FACED BUSHING 



WASTE NUT 






Fig. 6023A 



Fig. 6023B 



Fig. 6023C 
LOCKNUTS 



Fig. 6023D 



Size .inches 


U 


% 


1/^ 


% 


1 


1¥ 


IV. 


2 


Price, Black each 

" Galvanized " 


.02 
.03 


.03 
.04 


.04 
.05 


.05 
.07 


.07 
.10 


.09 
.14 


.11 
.20 


.18 
.30 



BUSHINGS—REDUCING ONE SIZE ONLY 








Size inches 


Ji 


% 


^ 


M 


1 


IK 


1^/^ 


2 


2H 


Price, Black each 

" Galvanized " 


.04 

.08 


.04 

.08 


.04 
.08 


.05 
.10 


.06 
.12 


.07 
.14 


.09 

.18 


.14 

.28 


.21 

.42 









FACED 


BUSHINGS 














Size inches i y^ 


¥2 


M 


1 


.17 
.25 


1^ 
.22 
.33 


2 
.32 

.48 


2^! 3 |3i^ 


4 

1.50 
2.25 


2.10|2.60 


6 


Price, Black each 

" Galvanized " 


.08 


.09 


.11 


.13 
.20 


.48 

.72 


.70 1.2^ 
1.05 1.80 


3.75" 



WASTE NUTS 



Size inches 


Vx 


% 


Vo 


% 


1 


IK 


lU 


Price, Black each 


.04 

.08 


.05 
.10 


.06 
.12 


.08 
.16 


.10 
.20 


.15 
.30 


.25 

.50 


" Galvanized « 



CHANDELIER 
HOOKS OR LOOPS 



EXTENSION 

PIECE 




LONG SCREW COUPLINGS 

AND FOLLOWERS 



WALL PLATE 



COUPLING 



FOLLOWER 







Fig. 6023E Fig. 6023F Fig. 6023G Fig. 6023H ^ - Fig. 6023J Fig. 602 3K 

EXTENSION PIECES, CHANDELIER HOOKS AND WALL PLATES 



Size , inches 

Price, Extension Pieces each 

" Galvanized ! ! * ". 1 ! '. ' *.'. " 

" Chandelier Hooks or Loops " 

" Wall Plates '.."*""' " 



Can furnish male hooks when so specified. 
^^^^ LONG SCREW COUPLINGS AND FOLLOWERS 



H . 


V¥i 


.06 


.09 


.09 


.13 


.10 


.12 


.12 


.16 



.12 

.18 

".30 



Size 


. . . inches 


Va 


H 


y?. 


H 


1 


[^H 


iVo 


2 


Price, Couplings, Black 


each 


.09 


.09 


.10 


.11 


.14 


.21 


m 


34 


" " Galvanized . . . 


li 


.11 


.11 


.13 


.16 


.21 


32 


37 


50 


" Followers, Black 


a 


.06 


.06 


.06 


.07 


.10 


14 


17 


^3 


Galvanized... 


ti 


.07 


.07 


.08 


.11 


.14 


.21 


.25 


.33 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



27 



RADIATOR BUSHINGS, ETC- 




Fig. 10286A 



RADIATOR BUSHINGS 

The Neu-Wa Radiator Bushing contains all the de- 
sirable features of the one end radiator connection. It is 
easy to install, can be connected to any size radiator, 
does away with all piping to opposite ends, and provides 
a positive circulation of the hot water, the valves and 
piping being at only one end of radiator. This improves 
its appearance, simplifies location, and often allows a 
radiator of larger size to be set in a given space. 



Flow and Return Tappings inches 

Price . -..,.." eaclT 



K 



.60 



.60 



1 



.80 



HYDRANT CLAMP 




Fig. 10286B 



HYDRANT 
SOCKET 

111 




Tig. 102860 Fig. 10286D 



STREET WASHER KEY 



STREET WASHER 
GUIDE AND CHECK 



Fig. 10286E 



,^^^p^^ 



Fig. 10286F 



Price, Hydrant Clamps, Malleable Iron, for Square Rod per pound 

" " 3/^-inch Iron Pipe 

« « i( « « a i/ a a a u 

" " " Brass, for J4 and J^-inch Square Rod per dozen 

a a u u « 3/ • « 2 « « « « 

" " Sockets, Malleable Iron per pound 

" " " Brass per dozen 

" Rod Rests, Cast Iron " 

" Street Washer Guides and Checks, Iron per pound 

'' " " Keys, Malleable Iron « 



.15 

.18 

.20 

2.50 

3.50 

.15 

2.00 

.96 

.15 

.15 



LOAFER CUSHION 



HYDRANT HANDLES 
No. 1 No. 2 



Fig. 10286G 



Fig. 10286H 



Fig. 10286J 



Price, Loafer Cushions, 1, 1}4, ^H and 2-inch, per Length of 23 inches each 

" No. 1 Hydrant Handles per pound 



.35 
.20 
.15 



28 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



NOKOROS UNIONS 

(Patented) 



EXTERIOR 



SECTIONAL 




Fig. 6519A 



Fig. 6519B 



The Nokoros Union is the only union made absolutely non-corrosive brass to iron 
at all contact points. 

The advantage is that if there is any reason to disconnect the joint at any future 
time, same can be readily done as the brass to iron joint will not rust together as an 
"iron to iron" joint will do. 

Further, a brass to iron thread connection at the ring— a thread connection of two 
different metals will not rust together and the joint can be disconnected and reconnected 
as often as may be necessary. 

These unions are made with octagon ends so an ordinary monkey wrench will tighten 
the sections. * 

All Nokoros Unions are subjected to the severest test yet devised; namely, com- 
pressed air under water— the union is connected witl^ n high pressure air line, placed under 
water and if any leaks are present the tiny air bubbles tell the story. 

The Nokoros Unions are made of Imico refined air furnace malleable iroji and the 
best grade of steam metal and they have earned the good opinion of those who have used 
them. 



Size 


innVifia 


Vs 


H 


Vs 


'A 


H 


1 




Price, Black 

" Galvanized 


each 


.18 
.22 


.19 
.23 


.22 
.26 


.27 
.34 


.40 
.49 


.18 
.60 


Size 


innlipa 


1^ 


IJ^ 


2 


23^ 


3 






.... 


Price, Black 

" Galvanized 


each 


.66 

.82 


.80 
1.10 


1.14 
1.40 


2.10 
2.75 


2.65 
3.50 





CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



29 



IMICO UNIONS 

(Patented) 



EXTERIOR 



SECTIONAL 




T\g, 6598A 



Fig. 6598B 



Imieo Combination Iron and Brass Unions are made of Imico refined air furnace 
malleable iron and have a bronze disc seat in combination with a brass to iron rustproof 
ring connection. 

The face of each threaded section is beveled to receive a bronze disc — and turning or 
screwing the nut or ring brings the two sections together, compressing the bronze disc 
against the recesses. 'In this way a perfect joint is made — tight against oil, steam, air, 
gas or any fluid. 

You will note the brass ring on the male tailpiece; this ring being firmly forced on 
the iron by powerful pressure in such a way as to make it permanently fast — this makes 
a brass to iron ring connection, enabling the user to disconnect and reconnect the union 
as often as may be desired. 

The Imico Union is non-corrosive on seat and ring and is the best two-contact point, 
non-corrosive union made. 

Imico Unions are tested by compressed air under water; the union is connected with 
a high pressure air line placed under water and if a leak exists an air bubble tells the 
story. This is conceded a high test. 

Imico Unions are made with octagon ends — a monkey wrench will turn. 



Size inches 


H 


H 


y. 


H 


1 


Price, Black each 

" Galvanized « 


.30 
.45 


.40 
.60 


.50 
.75 


.60 

.90 


.80 
1.20 


Size inches 


IM 


m 


2 


m 


3 


Price, Black each 

« Galvanized « 


1.20 
1.80 


1.60 
2,40 


2.00 
3.00 


3.20 
4.80 


4.80 
6.20 



30 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



C. D. RAILROAD UNIONS 

(Patented) 



EXTERIOR 



SECTIONAL 




Fig. 6813A 



Fig. 6813B 



The C. D. Railroad Unions are made of Iniico r(^fined air fiirna(;a malleable iron and 
have a bronze disc seat. 

The cost of a gasket is saved and a real valve scat joint is made— as you will note by 
referring to the sectional view. You will observe that the face of each threaded section 
is beveled to receive a bronze disc — the act of connecting or turning the nut or ring 
brings the two sections together, compressing the bronze disc against the recesses. This 
makes a perfectly tight joint for steam, gas, oil, water or other fluids. 

The joint being iron against brass, is non-corrosive and the union can be disconnected 
and used again. 

The C. D. Railroad Unions have long threaded ends and are extra heavy. Each 
union is tested by air under water and will be found tight. 



We recommend them as moderate pric3d combination brass and 



iron unions. 



Size 


inches 


H 


Vh 


y?, 


H 


1 


Price, Black 


....... each 


.30 

.45 


.40 
.60 


.50 
.75 


.60 
.90 


.80 
1.20 


" Galvanized 


u 


Size. 


inches 


m 


IV?, 


2 


2V^ 


3 


Price, Black 

" Galvanized 


each 


1.20 
1.80 


1.60 
2.40 


2.00 
3.00 


3.20 

4.80 


4.80 
6.20 



til 



mr^ 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



31 



STANDARD SCREWED AND FLANGE UNIONS 

MALLEABLE IRON UNIONS 

For Steam Working Pressures up to 150 Pounds 
GASKET EXTRA 

MALE AND FEMALE 



TWO-THIRD 





Fig. 6029A 



Fig. 60293 




Fig. 6029C 



'"^ize inches 

Price, Female, Black 77. each" 

" Galvanized . " 

^1 Two-Third, Black « 

" Galvanized " 

"^ Male and Female, Black .... " 
" " Galvanized " 



.18 
.27 



^'^ize inches 



Price, Female, Black each 

" " Galvanized " 

1^ Two-Third, Black " 

" Galvanized " 

Male and Female, Black " 

" " " • Galvanized " 



W2 



.58 
.90 
.40 
.60 
.72 
1.04 



H 



.18 
.27 
.12 
.18 
.23 
.32 



rs 



.20 
.30 
.14 
.20 
.25 
.35 



.75 
1.15 
.50 
.75 
.95 
1.35 



_2K 



1.55 
2.35 
1.00 
1.60 
1.95 
2.75 



IL 



.22 
.33 
.16 

.22 
.28 
.39 



.27 
.40 
.19 
.25 
.33 
.46 



1 



.33 
.50 
.22 
.35 
.40 
.57 



2.10 
3.15 
1.40 
2.10 



' m I 
3.65 
5.50 

2.40 
3.70 

.... i 



4.35 
6.50 
3.00 
4.35 



MALLEABLE IRON FLANGE UNIONS 

For Steam Working Pressures up to 125 Pounds 
FACED-GASKET EXTRA 




Fig. 6029D 



Size inches 

Diameter of Flanges inches 

Number of Bolts in Each 

Price, Black each 

" Galvanized " 

Size inches 

Diameter of Flanges inches 

Number of Bolts in Each 

Price, Black each 

" Galvanized " 



H 



3 

1.40 
2.80 



^2 



3M 

4 

1.60 

3.20 



7^ 

4 

5.25 

10.50 



8 

5 

6.00 

12.00 



IH 



3K 

4 
2.00 
4.00 



4J^ 



5 

7.00 
14.00 



IK 



4^ 

4 

2.50 

5.00 



5 



9^8 

5 

8.00 

16.00 



5K 

4 

3.00 

6.00 



6 



10^^ 

6 

9.00 

18.00 



6 

4 
3.50 
7.00 



8 



13^ 

7 
18.00 
36.00 



IM 



.46 
.70 
.30 
.50 
.57 
.81 



2K ! 3 



4 
4.40 

8.80 



32 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



UNION ELBOWS AND TEES 

MALLEABLE IRON 
UNION ELBOWS 

WITH FEMALE UNION WITH MALE UNION 





Fig. 6083A 



Tig. 6083B 



Size 


. inchies 


H 


H 


K 


H 


1 


Price, with Female Union 

" Galvanized 

" Male " 


each 


.38 
.57 
.43 
.65 


.40 
.60 
.45 
.70- 


.42 
.63 

.48 

.72 


.54 
.81 
.62 
.93 


.63 
.95 

72 


" Galvanized 


a 


1.08 


Size 


inches 


m 


W2 


2 


W2 




Price, with Female Union 

" Galvanized 

" Male " 


each 

it 

li 


.90 
1.35 

1.05 
1.60 


1.05 
1,58 
1.20 
1.80 


1.55 
2.35 

1.80 
2.70 


2.85 
4.30 
3.30 

4.95 




" Galvanized 


a 





UNION TEES 






WITH FEMALE UNION 




Fig. 6083 C 



WITH MALE UNION 




Fig. 6083D 



Size 


innViPS 


H 


H 


Vz ' 


■ M 


1 






Price, with Female Union 

" Galvanized 

« Male " 


each 

iC 

u 


.40 
.60 

.48 
.72 


.43 
.65 
.50 
.75 


.45 

.52 

.78 ' 


.57 

.86 

.65 

1.00 


,70 

1.05 

80 


« Galvanized 


ii 


1.20 


Size 


inches 


IH 


IH 


2 


2K 




Price, with Female Union 

" Galvanized 

« « Male " 


each 

a 
a 


.95 
1.45 
1.10 
1.65 


1.15 
1.75 
1.30 
1.95 


1.70 
2.55 
1.95 
2.95 


3.20 
4.80 
3.70 
5.55 




" Galvanized 


a 





CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



MALLEABLE IRON FITTINGS 



BOILER ELLS 



33 



No. 1 




Fig. 9441A 



Size . 



No. 2 




Fig. 9441B 



NEW STYLE 




Fig. 9441C 



. inches 



Price, No. 1, Galvanized each 

" " 2, with Union, Galvanized '.*.'*. « 

" New Style, with Union, Galvanized « 



Female Male Female Male 



.40 
.75 
.75 



.40 
.75 
.75 



Female Male 



.40 
.60 
.60 



No. 3 



BOILER COUPLINGS 

No. 4 





Fig. 9441D 



Fig. 9441E 



NEW STYLE 




Fig. 9441F 



Size . 



. inches 



Price, No. 3, Galvanized each 

" 4, with Union, Galvanized "' * « 

__'"_ New Style, with Union, Galvanized « 



Female Male 

Mx^xl 



.40 
.75 
.75 



Female Male 



.40 
.75 

.75 



Female Male 

3^x^x1 



.40 
.60 
.60 




LAWLER BOILER UNION TEES 

For Bottom Connection of Range Boiler 



Price, 1-inch Male, |^-inch Union, J^-inch Draw-off, Galvanized, each 



.60 



Fig. 9441G 



34 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



RAILING FITTINGS 



MALLEABLE IRON 




No. 2 
SIDE OUTLET ELBOW 





Fig. 6106A 



Fig. 6106B 



Fig. 6106C 



No. 4 
SIDE OUTLET TEE 





No. 6 
SIDE OUTLET CROSS 




Fig. 6106D 



Fig. 6106E 



Fig. 6106F 





No. 9 
FLOOR FLANGE 




Fig. 6106G 



Fig. 6106H 



Fig. 6106J 



Size. . 


inches 


¥2 


% 


1 


IM 


IJ^ 


2 


'25^ 3 


Price, 


No. 1, Elbows each 


.15 


.18 


.20 


.35 


.45 


.72 


1.60 2.25 


ii 


" 2, Side Outlet Elbows.. « 


.20 


.23 


.25 


.40 


.50 


.80 


1.75 


2.50 


a 


" 3, Tees " 


.20 


.23 


.25 


.40 


.50 


.75 


1.75 


2.50 


a 


" 4, Side Outlet Tees " 


.30 


.33 


.35 


.45 


.55 


.90 


1.90 


2.60 


li 


" 5, Crosses " 


.30 


.33 


.35 


.45 


.58 


1.00 


'1.80 


2.60 


ii 


" 6, Side Outlet Crosses.. « 


.35 


.38 


.40 


.50 


.65 


1.35 


2.00 


2.75 


a 


« 7, Flanges. . " 


.14 


.15 


.15 


.20 


.28 


.30 






ii 


" 8, Acorns . " 


.16 


.18 


.20 


.25 


.35 


.90 


i.35 


2.00 


a 


" 9, Floor Flanges.. " 


.16 


.18 


.20 


.40 


.50 


.90 


1.35 


2.50 



In ordering railing fittings, describe kind wanted by number and size. Railing fittings 
will always be furnished with all openings tapped right-hand unless otherwise specified. 
Railing fittings tapped right and left or left-hand will be charged for at 15 per cent addi- 
tional, net. For galvanized railing fittings, add 50 per cent to above hst 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



35 



ADJUSTABLE RAILING FITTINGS 



MALLEABLE IRON 



No. 70 , 



No. 71 



No. 72 



Flg.5100A , ■ Fl^.SlOOB Flg.^OC 



No. 73 




Fig. 5100D 



No. 74 




Fig. 5100E 



No. 75 




Fig. 5100F 



No. 76 



'<f* 



Fig. 5100G 



No. 79 




Fig. 5100H 



Pipe Size . 



Price, No. 70, Elbow. 
" 71, Tee.... 



. inches 



.each 



72, Stair Tee ■ _ « 

73, Cross « 

74, Stair Cross u 

75 " Landing Tee ' ' « 

'^6 " " Cross « 

79, Flange " « 



1.10 
1.30 
1.30 

1.50 
1.50 
.90 
1.00 
1.65 



IM 



1.25 
1.50 
1.60 
1.75 
1.85 
1.10 
1.20 
1.75 



W2 



1.70 
2.00 
2.15 
2.35 
2.50 
1.50 
1.60 
1.90 



2 
2.25 
2.50 
2.50 
2.75 
2.75 
2.15 
2.40 
2.50 



Add 50 per cent to above prices for galvanized railing fittings. 

Almost any angle required for stair railings may be obtained with these fittings. 

All openings will be furnished tapped right-hand. When ordered tapped otherwise 
they will be charged 15 per cent additional net. 

In ordering describe kind wanted by number and size. " 



P5T?t?!^niS5n5«S3rS<^3S 



36 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



EXTRA HEAVY 
MALLEABLE IRON FITTINGS 

For Steam Working Pressures up to 250 Pounds 

Tested to Hydraulic Pressures Corresponding to the 
above Working Pressures 

LONG SWEEP ELBOW 



ELBOW 




Fig. 6028A 



TEE 





Fig. 6028C 












Fig. 


6028D 








Size inches 


^ 


% 


V2 


M 


1 


iM 


W2 


2 


2H 


Price, Elbows each 

" 45° Elbows.... " 
" Long Sweep Elbows.. " 

« Tees.... " 

" Crosses " 

« Reducers " 


.20 
.25 

'.30 

.60 


.25 
.30 

'.40 

.80 


.30 
.35 

*.45 
.90 


.35 
.42 

1.-00 
'.30 


.40 
.50 
.64 
.60 
1.20 
.40 


.55 
.65 
.80 
.80 
1.60 
.45 


.70 

.85* 

1.10 

1.05 

2.10 

.55 


.90 
1.10 
1.60 
1.35 

2.70 
.70 


1.5 

1.8 
2.4 
2.2 
4.5 



5 


5 




Size inches 


3 


3>^ 


4 


5 


6 


8 


10 


12 






Price, Elbows each 

" 45° Elbows.... " 
" Long Sweep Elbows.. " 

" Tees " 

" Crosses " 


2.40 

2.85 
4.50 
3.60 
7.20 


3.25 
4.00 
6.50 
5.00 
10.00 


4.25 
5.00 
7.00 
6.50 
13.00 


6.50 

7.50 

13.00 

9.75 

19.50 


9.50 
10.50 
17.50 
14.25 

28.50 


21.00 
3*2.00 


37.00 
55.00 


-to. 00 

90.00 







Galvanized extra heavy malleable fittings made to order at 50 per cent advance on 
above list. 

Long sweep elbows, 45° elbows and crosses are not carried in stock in reducing sizes, 
but will be made to order by bushing in the sand from the straight patterns, at a special 
price, according to quantity wanted. 

The above can also be used for hydraulic fittings. 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



37 



STANDARD CAST IRON FLAT BAND SCREWED 

FITTINGS 

For Steam Working Pressures up to 125 Pounds 



We beliere that we make the best cast iron fittings produced in the United States 
and base our claims on the quahty of iron that we use, special care being taken to maintain 
uniformity. 

The general design of our fittings commends itself to all critical buyers; they are weD 
proportioned, of right weight and generally suitable for steam working pressures, if properly 
installed, not exceeding 125 pounds. 

These fittings have been subjected to tests which show a large factor of safety when 
used at this pressure, but there are so many other conditions, such as strains of expansion 
and contraction, the sagging of pipe Hues, water hammer and other causes, that it is not 
safe to base conclusions as to working strains entirely on the thickness or weight. 

When cast iron fittings are wanted for greater steam working pressure than 125 pounds, 
we recommend the use of extra heavy fittings, which are suitable generally, if properly 
installed, for 250 pounds steam working pressure. 



VARIETY OF SIZES 

We enumerate on pages 28-31, standard sizes usually carried in stock, which we think 
are fully sufficient to meet all the requirements of the trade. Fittings can be made to order 
if necessary, but as there is considerable expense involved in making special fittings, we 
recommend the use of bushings. If, however, fittings without bushings are absolutely 
necessary, a special price will be charged, which will be given on receipt of specifications. 



GALVANIZED CAST IRON FITTINGS 



We carry a large stock of galvanized cast iron fittings, including all straight sizes and 
the leading reducing sizes; those not regularly carried in stock can be made to order. 



38 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 




CAST IRON FITTINGS 

LIST OF SIZES 
ELBOWS 





ii"" l^ 


1 X 3^ 


IJ^xl 


2]'2XlM 


3^x2 


5x4 


8x6 


Va^Vs 


1 X y^ 


IJ^x 34 


2Jixl 


4 x4 


5x3 


9x9 


Vs^ H 


1 X Vs 


2 x2 


3 x;i 


4 x3i^ 


5x2J^ 


10 xlO 


J^xJ^ 


iMxiM 


2 xiy. 


3 x'ly^ 


4 x3 


6x6 


10 X 8 


y2^Vs 


iMxi 


2 xiM 


3 x2 


4 x2i^ 


6x5 


12 xl2 


Vi^Vi 


iHx H 


2 xl 


3 xl^ 


4 x2 


6x4 




H^H 


iJ^x y^ 


2 X ^4 


3 xlM 


JKx4>^ 


7x7 




MxJi 


lUx Vs 


2>^x2^ 


3>^x3i^ 


41^x4 


7x6 




Mx Vs 


IJ^xlJi 


2^x2 


31^x3 


5 X a 


8x8 




1 xl 


i^xiM 


23^xl>^ 


3^x2^ 


5 ■x4i^ 


8x7 





RIGHT AIMD LEFT ELBOWS 



M 1 


Vs 


1 J^ 1 


Ml 1 1 IM 1 IJ^ 


1 2 




2>^ 1 3 








45° ELBOWS 






J^l J^ 1 


M 1 1 


ilMli^l 


2 |2i^| 3 |3J^| 4 |4i^| 5 


1 6 1 r 1 


8 1 9 1 10 1 12 








60° AND 22y2° ELBOWS 






y2 \ 




y*__ 


1 1 


1 IM 1 1J4 1 2 


2J^ 1 


3 1 4 






PITCHED ELBOWS 






H 

lx% 


1 

iMxl 


13^^x1 


2x13^ 

2 
2^x2 


23^ 
3x2>^ 


33^x3 

33^ 

4 



Tees reducing on the outlet are 
described thus: 
1 



TEES 



Tees reducing on the run are 
described thus: 
1 



W2- 



-1^ 



IJ^- 



J IM 

are read IJ/^xl. are read IJ-^xli^xl. 

Tees with both ends of run the same size, with the outlet larger, thus:» 

2 



are known as bullhead, and are read 1x2. 





Kx^xM 

H^H^y2 



^x^x}^ 

MxMx^ 
MxMxJ4 

MxJ^xM 
MxKxK 
^x^xM 
MxJ^xli 

MX^X3^ 



J^x >ix J4 1 




xl xl 




xl X H 




xl X 1^ 




xl X ^ 




xl X M 




X 3^X1 




X VixH 




X Jix K 



1 X }^xl 


1 X Kx Ji 


1 X ^x Ji 


1 X ^xl 


1 xMxl 


Mx ?4xl 


MX Kxl 


Mx Jixl 


ly^xiy^xiu 



iMxiMxl 
IMxl^x M 

iHxiiix y^ 

V/iXlUx % 
IMxlMx J^i 
1^x1 xlJi 
li^xl xl 
1^x1 X % 

iMxi X H 



VAxHxlH 

IJ^xMxl 
li^xj^x Ji 
l^xKxlM 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



39 



CAST IRON FITTINGS 

LIST OF SIZES-TEES 



IJ^x MxlM 


2 X Jix2 


3 x23^x3 


4 x3^x33^ 


5x4 


x4>i 


7x 6x 6 


IMx }^xl 


2 X 3^x1^ 


3 x2i4x2>i 


4 x33^x3 


5x4 


x4 


7x 6x 5 


1 xi xii^; 


2 x 3^x13/^ 


3 x2i4x2 


4 x3i4x23^ 


5x4 


x33^ 


7x 6x 4 


1 x MxiM 


2 X 34x2 


3 x2i4xli'^ 


4 x33/^x2 


5x4 


x3 


7x 6x 3 


Mx MxiK 


2 X 1^x2 


3 x23^xli4 


4 x33^xl3^ 


5x4 


x23^ 


7x 5x 6 


1^x13^x11^ 


13^x11^x2 


3 x2>^xl 


4 x33^xlM 


5x4 


x2 


7x 5x 5 


i>^xi3/2xiM 


13^x1^x2 


3 x2i4x M 


4 x3i4xl 


5x4 


xl34 


6x 6x 7 


IJ^xl^xl 


13^x1 x2 


3 x2 x3 


4 x3 x4 


5x33^x3^ 


5x 5x 7 


l3^xlKx M' 


13^x J^x2 


3 x2 x23.^ 


4 x3 X314 


5x3 


x5 


8x 8x 8 


IMxl^x 1^ 


iMxl3'€x2 


3 x2 x2 


4 x3 x3 


5x3 


x43^ 


8x 8x 7 


3HxiMxl3^ 


134x1 x2 


3 x2 xl3^ 


4 x3 X214 


5x3 


x4 


8x 8x 6 


li^xlMxiM 


IMx Mx2 


3 x2 xli^ 


4 x3 x2 


5x3 


x33^ 


8x 8x 5 


IHxl^xl 


1 xl x2 


3 x2 xl 


4 x3 xl3^ 


5x3 


x3 


8x 8x 4 


l>^xlKx M 


1 X %x2 


3 xli4x3 


4 x3 xli^ 


5x3 


X214 


8x 8x 314 


i3^xlMx )^ 


. Mx Mx2 


3 xl3^x2i^ 


4 x3 xl 


5x3 


x2 


8x 8x 3 


11^x1 xVA 


23^x23^x21^ 


3 xl3^x2 


4 x3 X ^ 


5x23^x5 


8x 8x 214 


13^x1 xli^ 


23^x2^x2 


3 xlMx3 


4 x23^x4 


5x23^x4 


8x 8x 2 


1^x1 xl 


23^x23^x13^ 


3 xl x3 


4 x23^x33^ 


5x23^x3 


8x 8x 13^ 


1^x1 X M 


23^x23^x134 


23^x21^x3 


4 x23^x3 


5x2 


x5 


8x 8x 11^ 


13^x1 X K 


21^x2^^x1 


21^x2 x3 


4 x2i4x23^ 


5x134x5 


8x 7x 8 


13^x ^xlK 


2>^x23^x 34 


2^x13^x3 


4 x2i4x2 


4x4 


x5 


8x 7x 6 


IKx MxlM 


2>^x23/2X ^ 


2 x2 x3 


4 x23^xli4 


6x6 


x6 


8x 7x 5 


l^x Mxl 


21^x2 x23^ 


33^x33^x33^ 


4 x2i4xlM 


6x6 


x5 


8x 7x 4 


IJ^x ^x ^ 


23^x2 x2 


33^x3>^x3 


4 x2i^xl 


QxG 


X414 


8x 7x 3 


IKx >^xl3^ 


23^x2 xli^ 


33^x33^x2^ 


4 x2 x4 


6x6 


x4 


8x 6x 8 


11/^x KxlM 


23^x2 xli^ 


3>^x3^x2 


4 x2 x3 


6x6 


x33^ 


8x 6x 7 


l^X 3/s^xll^ 


21/^x2 xl 


33^x314x13^ 


4 x2 x23^ 


6x6 


x3 


8x 6x 6 


1^x1^x13^ 


23^x2 X 3^ 


31^x33^x114 


4 x2 x2 


6x6 


x2y2 


8x 5x 8 


13^x1 xli^ 


2^x2 X 3^ 


33^x334x1 


4 xlj^xl 


6x6 


x2 


8x 5x 5 


l^x %xl3^ 


23^xl3^x2>^ 


3i.^x3i4x % 


4 xli4x4 


6x6 


xiH 


8x 4x 8 


IMx >^xi;^ 


2^x13^x2 


33^x3 x33^ 


4 xl x4 


6x6 


xl3€ 


8x 4x 6 • 


1 xl xl34 


23^x^/^x13^ 


33/^x3 x3 


334x33^x4 


6x6 


xl 


6x 6x 8 


1 x Mxli^ 


23^x13^x134 


33/^x3 x2i4 


3 x3 x4 


6x5 


x6 


9x 9x 9 


Mx Mxl>^ 


23^x1^^x1 


33^x3 x2 


2>^x23^x4 


6x5 


x5 


9x 9x 7 


2 x2 x2 


2i^xlMx2>^ 


314x3 xlJ4 


2 x2 x4 


6x5 


x4 


9x 9x 6 


2 x2 xl3^ 


2^x114x2 


31^x3 xlM 


414x43^x4^ 


6x5 


X314 


9x 9x 5 


2 x2 xl}i 


2HxlMxlH 


334x3 xl 


43^x43^x4 


6x5 


x3 


10x10x10 


2 x2 xl 


23^x1 x2i^ 


334x3- x ^ 


43^x434x33^ 


6x5 


x23^ 


lOxlOx 8 


2 x2 X 3,^ 


23^x1 x2 


3^x2^x33^ 


43^x43^x3 


6x5 


xl^ 


lOxlOx 6 


2 x2 X 3^ 


2^x Mx2i^ 


334x234x3 


4^x4}4x2i4 


6x4 


x6 


lOxlOx 5 


2 x2 X 3^ 


2^x 3^x23^ 


334x23^x2^ 


43^x414x2 


6x4 


x4 


lOxlOx 4 


2 xl3^x2 


2 x2 x23^ 


33^x23^x2 


4>^x43^xl3^ 


6x4 


x3 


lOxlOx 3 


2 xl^xl3^ 


2 xli^x23^ 


334x2 x33^ 


43^x4^2x134 


6x3 


x6 


lOxlOx 2 


2 xli^xlM 


2 xlMx2i^ 


33^x1^^x334 


43^x41^x1 


6x23^x6 


lOx 8x 8 


2 xli^xl 


2 xl x2i^ 


314x114x3^ 


4>^x4 x3 


6x2 


x6 


8x 8x10 


2 xl3^x 3^ 


2 X ^x2i^ 


33^x1 x33^ 


5 x5 x5 


5x5 


x6 


12x12x12 


2 xl^x 1^ 


13^x11^x23^ 


3 x3 x334 


5 x5 x4i^^ 


5x31^x6 


12x12x10 


2 xl34x2 


l>ixlMx2i^ 


4 x4 xl 


5 x5 x4 


4x4 


x6 


12xl2x 8 


2 xli^xlj^ 


114x1 x2i4 


1 xl X314 


5 x5 x3i^ 


7x7 


x7 


12xl2x 6 


2 xli^xli^ 


3 x3 x3 


4 x4 x3 


5 x5 x3' 


7x7 


x6 


r2xl2x 5 


2 xli^xl 


3 x3 X214 


4 x4 X214 


5 x5 X214 


7x7 


x5 


12xl2x 4 


2 xlMx M 


3 x3 x2 


4 x4 x2 


5 x5 x2 


7x7 


x4 


12x 8x10 


2 xl x2 


3 x3 xl^ 


4 x4 xl3^ 


5 x5 xli^ 


7x7 


X314 


12x 8x 8 


2 xl xli^ 


3 x3 XI34 


4 x4 XI34 


5 x5 xlM 


7x7 


x3 




2 xl xl>^ 


3 x3 xl 


4 x4 xl 


5 x5 xl 


7x7 


X214 


■\ 


2 xl xl 


3 x3 x 34 


4 x4 X 3^ 


5 x5 X % 


7x7 


x2 




2 xl X 3,^ 


3 x3 X j.^ 


4 x3i^x4 


5 x4 x5 


7x6 


x7 





40 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



LIST OF SIZES OF 

CAST IRON FITTINGS 

CROSSES 





^xHxKxJ^ 


2 x2 xl3/2xli^ 


a x3 x2yix2i^ 


33^x3 x2 xl3^ 


6x 6x 4 X 4 


Mx %x %x % 


2 x2 xlj^xlj^ 


3 x3 x2 x2 


31^x3 xiyxVA 


6x 6x 3 X 3 


%x %x y,x y, 


2 x2 xl xl 


3 x3 x2 xl3^ 


33^x3 xlKxlM 


6x 6x 23^x 23^ 


%x Hx lAx ^ 


2 x2 x ^x J^ 


3 x3 xl3/^xl3^ 


4 x4 x4 x4 


6x 6x 2 x 2 


1 xl xl xl 


2 xli^xlj^xl 


3 x3 xli^xli^ 


4 x4 x3i^x3i^ 


7x 7x 7 X 7 


1 xl X 3^X ^ 


2 xl3^xl xl 


3 x3 xl3^x % 


4 x4 x3 x3 


7x 7x 6 X 6 


1 xl xKxJ^ 


2 xl3^x Mx ^ 


3 x3 xli^xli^ 


4 x4 x23^x23^ 


7x 7x 5 X 5 


1 xUx%x% 


2}^x2J^x2^x2>/2 


3 x3 xl xl 


4 x4 x2 x2 


8x 8x 8 X 8 


iMxiMxiMxlK 


23^x2^x2 x2 


3 x3 X ^x ^ 


4 x4 x2 xVA 


8x 8x 7 X 7 


IMxl^xl xl 


2^x23^x13^x11^ 


3 x23^x2 x2 


4 x4 xl34xl3^ 


8x 8x 6 X 6 


iMxiMx Mx % 


2i^x23^xlMxlM 


3 x2Hx2 xl3^ 


4 x4 xl}ixl]4 


8x 8x 5 X 


iMxiMx Ksx 3^ 


23^x23^x1 xl 


3 x23^x2 xli^ 


4 x4 xl xl 


8x 8x 4 X 4 . 


IMxl x%x% 


23^x23^x %x % 


3 x23^x2 X % 


4 x3i^x2 x2 


9x 9x 9 X 9 


iMx y^x %x % 


23^x2 x2 xl3^ 


3 x23^xl3^xlH 


4 x33^x2 xl3^ 


10x10x10 xlO 


13^x1^x11^x13^ 


23^x2 xl3^xl3^ 


3 x23^xli4xlM 


4 x33^xl3^xl^ 


lOxlOx 8x8 


IJ^xl^xlMxli^ 


23^x2 xli^xlM 


3 x23^xli^xli^ 


4^x4^x4^x41^ 


lOxlOx 7x7 


13^x13^x1 xl 


23^x2 xl3^xl 


3 x2 x2 x2 


5 x5 x5 x5 


12x12x12 xl2 


ij^xij^x Mx M 


23^x2 xl^xlK 


33^x3^x33^x3 J^ 


5 x5 x4 x4 


12x12x10 xlO 


l^xlj^x 3^x K 


23^x2 xli^xl 


31^x33^x3 x3 


5 x5 x3 x3 


12xl2x 8x8 


13^xl34'xl xl 


23^x2 xl xl 


3^x33^x23^x23^ 


5 x5 x23^x23^ 




lKxl34x %x % 


21^x2 x%x% 


31^x31^x2 x2 


5 x5 x2 x2 




13^^X1 X 3^X 3^ 


21^x11^x13^x1 


'dVoX^yxlUxVA 


6 x6 x6 x6 




2 x2 x2 x2 


3 x3 x3 x3 


33^x3 x2 x2 


6 x6 x5 x5 










REDUCERS 






1 41^ X 4 


5x3 


6x4 


6x2 


8x4 


k 5x4^ 


5x23^ 


6x33^ 


7x6 


10 X 8 


m 5x4 


5x2 


6x3 


8x7 


10 x 6 


m 5^3^ 


6x5 


6x2>^ 


8x6 


- 12 X 10 



Y BENDS 



^ 


2 


4H 


,, 


H 


W2 


5 


10 


1 


3 


6 


12 


IM 


3K 


7 




ly 


4 


8 






CAPS 




m 



10 12 



PLUGS 



Vb M Vs \ y2 M 1 IJ^ i IJi 2 2H 3 


3J^ 4 4^ 5 6 7 1 8 9 10 12 . . 




LOCKNUTS 



2^ 



3y2 



4M 



6 



9 10 12 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



41 



CAST IRON AND MALLEABLE FITTINGS 



LIST OF SIZES 
BUSHINGS 



1 xH 

1 x% 
1 ^'A 



l.x% 


1^x11^ 


21/^xli/i 


sy?AH 


4 x3^, 


5x4>^ 


7x3 


8x6 


i3€xM 


2 xM 


21/^x1^ 


3Hxl^ 


41/^x2 


6x134 


7x3>^ 


8x7 


iMx^' 


2 x% 


234x2 


334x2 


434x2 J^ 


6x2 


7x4 


9x6 


iMx3^ 


2x3^ 


3 X 34 


31/^x21^ 


434x3 


6x2K 


7x43^ 


9x7 


iMx M 


2 xM 


3 x'H 


31^x3 


434x3>/2 


6x3 


7x5 


9x8 


mxl 

i%x M 


2 xl 


3 xl 


4 xl 


434x4 


6x334 


7x6 


10x4 


2 xli^ 


3 xl34 


4 xli^ 


5 x2 


6x4 


8x2 


10x5 


W2X H 


2 xl3^ 


3 xlj^ 


4 xl34 


5 x2i^ 


6x434 


8x234 


10x6 


IHx >^ 


234x 34 


3 x2 


4 x2 


5 x3 


6x5 


8x3 


10x7 


l^xM 


21^x3^ 


3 x234 


A" x2y. 


5 x33^ 


7x2 


8x4 


10x8 


134x1 


234x1 


3^x1 


4 x3 


5 x4 1 7x21^ 


8x5 


10x9 



Keducing one size only are malleable up to 234-inch, inclusive. 

FACED BUSHmGS-MALLEABLE IRON 



LONG SWEEP FITTINGS-ELBOWS 



12x 6 
12x 8 
12x10 



Vs^H 


1 xH 


VAxlH 


2 xlH 


2^x1^ 


3 xVA 


4x3^ 


iA^i 


6x5 


y2^H 


1 ^'A 


VAxl 


2 xl 


2AxlH 


3^x3 


4x3 


5 x4i^ 


6x4 


H^A 


IJ^xl 


lAxK 


2 xM 


3 x2>i 


SA^'A 


4x2^ 


5 x4 


6x3 


HxVs 


lHx% 


2 xVA 


2^x2 


3 x2 


3Hx2 


4x2 


5 x3 





1 I 13:^" I 134 I 2^23^ 



W2 



m 



8 9 10 12 



NO. 2 DOUBLE BRANCH ELBOWS 



1 xl xl 

1 xl xli< 

134x134x134 
iMxiMxlJ^ 



2 x2 x2 

134x13^x2 

2^x234x21^ 

2 x2 x23^ 

3 x3 x3 



2 x2x 3 

23^x234x3 

33^x33^x334 
4 x4 x4 

3 x3 x4 



234x23^x4 
43^x4^x41^ 

5 x5 x5 

6 x6 x6 

7 x7 x7 



8x 8x 8 

9x 9x 9 

10x10x10 

12x12x12 







NO. 3 TEES 








1 xl xl 


l^xlJ^xlM 


2^x234x2^ 


3 x3 X214 


3^x334x134 


4 x4 XI34 


6x 6x 2 


\\ix\y^x\yi 


IJ^xl^ixl 


234x21^x2 


3 x3 x2 


3>^x3Kxl3i 


4 x3 x3 


7x 7x 7 


iHxiHxi 


2 x2 x2 


2J^x234xli^ 


3 x3 XI34 


334x3 x2 


4^x4^x41^ 


8x 8x 8 


IMxl xl 


2 x2 xlH 


2^x2^x1^ 


3 x3 xlM 


4 x4 x4 


5 x5 x5 


9x 9x 9 


134x13^x134 


2 x2 xli^ 


23^x2 x2 


3 x23^x2 


4 x4 x3 


5 x5 x3 


10x10x10 


13^x134x1^ 


2 x2 xl 


2^x2 xl3^ 


334x33^x33^ 


4 x4 x2i^ 


5 x5 x2 


12x12x12 


3 34x134x1 


2 xli^xl}^ 


3 xS x3 


334x33^x2 


4 x4 x2 


6 x6 x6 









NO. 4 CROSSES 



1 xl xl xl 

iMxiMxiMxlM 
HAxiAxiA^iA 

9 y9 y9 y9 


23^x23^x23^x234 
23^x23^x134x1^^ 
3 x3 x3 x3 
3 x3 xiy^xV/^ 


334x334x31^x334 
4 x4 x4 x4 

4 x4 x23^x234 

5 x5 x5 x5 


5x5x4x4 
5x5x3x3 
6x6x6x6 
6x6x4x4 


7x7x7x7 

8x8x8x8 
8x8x6x6 
8x8x4x4 


9x 9x 9x 9 
10x10x10x10 
12x12x12x12 







No. 12 STRAIGHT BACK TEES 



1 xl xl 

134x114x11^ 

1^x134x134 

2 x2 x2 
2 x2 xl 

2 XII4XI34 
2 xli^xl 



2^x234x234 

234x21^x2 
23^x23^x114 
3 x3 x3 
3 x3 xl3^ 
3 x3 xl 
3 x2i^x234 



3 x234x2 
2^x234x3 
3^x334x31^ 
31^x3 x2 

4 x4 x4 

4 x4 X214 
334x3 x4 



3 x3 x4 

434x4)^x41^ 

5 x5 x5 

5 x5 x3 

4 x4 x5 
4 x334x5 

6 x6 x6 



6x6x4 
5x4x6 
4x4x6 
7x7x7 

8x8x8 
8x8x6 
8x8x4 



9x 9x 9 
10x10x10 
12x12x12 



42 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



STANDARD CAST IRON FITTINGS 



STRAIGHT 




ELBOWS 



REDUCING 



45° 



Fig. 7191A 



Flg^. 7191B Fig. 7191C 







1 


5TRA 


GHT 


SIZES 










Size inches 


M 


Vs 


3^ 


¥4 


1 


IM 


IK 


2 


m 


3 


Price, Black . . each 

« Galv « 

« Pitched " 


.05 
.10 


.05 
,10 


.06 
.12 


.08 
.16 
.10 


.103^ 

.21 
.13 


.16 
.32 
.20 


.20 
.40 
.25 


.28 
.56 
.35 


.50 

1.00 

.65 


.75 

1.50 
1.00 


Size inches 


m 

1.05 
2.10 
1.30 


4 


4K 


5 


6 


7 


8 


-9 


10 


12 


Price, Black . . each 
" Galv... « 
" Pitched " 


1.20 
2.40 
1.50 


1.75 
3.50 


2.00 
4.00 


2.75 
5.50 


4.70 
9.40 


6.75 
13.50 


9.00 

18.00 


13.50 

27.00 


20.00 
40.00 









REDUCI 


NG 












Size ^ . . inches 


Vs 


y2 


H 


1 


IH 


iy2 


2 


2J^ 


3 


m 


Price, Black. . each 
« Galv... " 
« Pitched, Blk. « 


.06 
.12 


.07 
.14 


.09 
.18 
.10 


.12 
.24 
.13 


.18 
.36 
.20 


.23 
.46 
.25 


.32 
.64 
.35 


.60 

1.20 

.65 


.85 
1.70 
1.00 


1.20 
2.40 

1.30 


Size inches 


^4 


m 


5 


~6~ 


7 


~8~ 


~9 " 


"^10 ~ 


12 




Price, Black. . each 
" Galv,.. " 


1.40 

2.80 


2.00 
4.00 


2.30 

4.60 


3.15 
6.30 


5.40 
10.80 


7.75 
15.50 


10.50 
21.00 


15.50 
31.00 


23.00 
46.00 





RIGHT AND LEFT 



Size inches 


H 


Vs 


H 


H 


1 


IM 


m 


2 


2^ 


3 


Price, Black, . each 


.06 


.06 


.07 


.09 


l?- 


.18 


.23 


.32 


.60 


.85 



The ribs in the band of right and left elbows denote the left-hand thread. 



Size inches 


M 


H 


K 


H 


1 


IM 


IK 


2 


2K 


3 


Price, Black. , each 
« Galv... " 


.06 
.12 


.06 
.12 


.07 
.14 


.10 

.20 


.12 

.24 


.19 
.38 


.24 
.48 


.34 

.68 


.60 
1.20 


.90 
1.80 


Size .... inches 


3^ 


4 1 414 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


~12 ^ 


Price, Black. . each 
« Galv... " 


1.25 
2.50 


1.45 
2.90 


2.20 
4.40 


2.50 
5.00 


3.45 
6.90 


5.90 

11.80 


8.50 
17.00 


11.25 
22.50 


17.00 
34.00 


25.00 
50.00 







50° AND 22y2° 










Size 


inches 


V2 


H 


1 


■ IH 


1^ 


2 1 23^ 3 


4 


Price, Black 


each 


.25 


.30 


.35 


.45 


.50 


.60 |1.10 1.65 


2.75 






CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



43 



STANDARD CAST IRON FITTINGS 

TEES 

REDUCING 
STRAIGHT ON RUN ON OUTLET 






Fig. 7267A 



Fig. 7267B 



Fig. 7267C 



Size inches 


M 


H 


H 


H 


1 


IM 


1^ 


2 


W2 


3 


Price, Bhick . .each 
" ealvattized. « 


.08 
.16 


.08 
.16 


.09 
.18 


.12 
.24 


.15 
.30 


.23 
.46 


.29 

.58 


.41 

.82 


.73 
1.46 


1.10 
2.20 


Size inches 


m 


4 


4^ 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


12 


Price, Black . . each 
" (jalvanized. " 


1.50 
3.00 


1.75 
3.50 


2.55 
5.10 


3.00 

6.00 


4.00 
8.00 


6.80 
13.60 


9.75 
19.50 


13.00 
26.00 


19.50 
39.00 


29.00 
58.00 


REDUCING 


Size inches 


^ 


% 


1 


IM 


^'A 


2 


m 


3 


3^ 


Price, Bhu^k each 

" Galvanized ..." 


.10 
.20 


.14 

.28 


.17 
.34 


.27 
,54 


.33 
.66 


.47 
.94 


.83 
1.66 


1.25 
2.50 


1.75 
3.50 


Size inches 


4 


m 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


12 


Price, Black each 

" Galvanized ... " 


2.00 
4.00 


2.95 
5.90 


3.50 
7.00 


4.60 
9.20 


7.80 
15.60 


11.25 
22.50 


15.00 
30.00 


22.50 
45.00 


33.50 
67.00 



«Y" BEND 




MEDIUM REDUCING 
DOUBLE BRANCH ELBOWS 



Fig. 7267D 



Fig. 7267E 







"Y 


" BENDS 












Size inches 


y2 


H 


1 


IM 


1^ 


2 


2^ 


3 


m 


Price, Black each 

" Galvanized ..." 


.20 
.40 


.28 
.56 


.34 

.68 


.54 

1.08 


.66 
1.32 


.94 

1.88 


1.66 
3.32 


2.50 
5.00 


3.50 

7.00 


Size inches 


4 


m 


5 


6 


7 


8 


10 


12 


> . . . 


Price, Black each 

" Galvanized ... " 


4.00 

8.00 


5.90 

11.80 


7.00 

14.00 


9.20 

18.40 


15.60 
31.20 


22.50 
45.00 


45.00 
90.00 


67.00 
134.00 


.... 



MEDIUM REDUCING DOUBLE BRANCH ELBOWS 



Size 


inches 


IxlxlM 


I IMxl^xl^ 


13^x13^x2 


2x2x21^ 


Price 


each 


.75 


i 1.05 


1.50 


2.25 


Size 


inches 


2^^x21^x3 


3x3x4 


4x4x5 


5x5x6 


Price 


each 


4.25 


1 6.50 


12.00 


16.50 



1 



44 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



STANDARD CAST IRON FITTINGS 



CROSSES 



STEAIGHT 




REDucma 




Fig. 7728A 



STRAIGHT 



Fig, 7728B 



Size inches 


^ 


M 


1 1 IK 


■IK 


2 


2K 


3 


Wt 


Price, Black each 

" Galvanized " 


.16 
.32 


.22 
.44 


.27 
.54 


.42 

.84 


.53 
1.06 


.75 
1.50 


1.30 
2.60 


2.00 
4.00 


2.70 
5.40 


Size inches 


4 


4H 


5 1 6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


12 


Price, Black each 

" Galvanized " 


3.15 
6.30 


4.60 
9.20 


5.50 
11.00 


7.25 
14.50 


12.25 
24.50 


17.50 
35.00 


23.50 
47.00 


35.00 
70.00 


52.50 

105.00 


REDUCING 


Size inches 


y^ 


% 


1 


IM 


W2 


2 


W2 


3 i 31^ 


Price, Black each 

« Galvanized.... " 


.18 
.36 


.25 
.50 


.30 
.60 


.46 
.92 


.60 
1.20 


.83 
1.66 


1.45 

2.90 


2.20 
4.40 


3.00 

6.00 


Size inches 


4 


43^ 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


12 


Price, Black each 

" Galvanized.... " 


3.50 
7.00 


5.10 
10.20 


6.00 
12.00 


8.00 
16.00 


13.50 
27.00 


19.25 

38.50 


26.00 
52.00 


38.50 
77.00 


58.00 
116.00 



ECCENTRIC 
REDUCER 



REDUCER 





CAP 



LOCKNUT 





Fig. 7728C 


Fig. 


7728D 






Fig.'7728E 






Fig 


. 7728F 




Size inches 


Vs 


'A 


M 


1 


IM 


W2 


2 


2^ 


~3 " 


3}^ 


Price, Reducers, Black . . . each 
" Eeceutric Reducers, Black. " 

" Caps, Black " 

" Locknuts, Black... " 
Galvanized.. " 


.06 
'.03 


.09 
V03 


.10 
V05 


.16 
.55 

.08 


.22 
.55 
.14 


.28 
.72 
.20 


.43 

1.00 

.26 

.25 


.60 
1.50 
.40 
.27 
.54 


'.80 

2.40 

.54 

.34 

.68 


1. 
3. 


OO 
OO 
75 
17 
54 


Size inches 


4 


^'A 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


12 






Price, Reducers, Black... 

Galvanized 

" Eccentric Reducers, Black 

" Caps, Black 


each 

« 

a 
a 
it 

a 
a 


1.35 

4.'66 
.87 

1.74 
.64 

1.28 


1.85 
3.70 
5.00 
1.05 
2.10 
.85 
1.70 


2.00 
4.00 
6.00 

1.20 

2.40 

.90 

1.80 


2.70 
5.40 
8.00 
1.55 
3.10 
1.30 
2.60 


5.35 
10.70 
9.00 
2.50 
5.00 
1.70 
3.40 


6.75 

13.50 
11.00 
2.85 
5.70 
2.35 
4.70 


8.35 
16.70 
12.50 
4.75 
9.50 
2.70 
5.40 


10.00 

20.00 

14.00 

5.50 

11.00 

3.00 

6.00 


15.00 

30.00 

18.00 

7.00 

14.00 

4.00 

8.00 






" " Galvanized . 

" Locknuts, Black. . 

Galvanized. 





CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



46 



STANDARD CAST IRON FITTINGS 

RETURN BENDS 



CLOSE PATTERN 



OPEN PATTERN 





-Fig. 7968A 



Fig. 7968B 



Close pattern return bends will not make up parallel coils, as the distance, center to 
center, of two adjacent bends, is greater than the center to center of openings of a single 
bend. 





CL 


.OSE 


PATTERN 












Size * inches 


% 


H 


H 


1 


m 


IV2 


2 


2^ 


3 


4 


Center to Center inches 


IH 


W4 


13^ 


IH 


214 


2K 


314 


SVh 


43/s 


6 


R. H., Black each 


.17 


.18 


.20 


.22 


.28 


.40 


.57 


1.20 


1.70 


5.00 


" Galv. " 




.36 


.40 


.44 


.56 


.80 


1.14 


2.40 


3.40 


10.00 


R. and L., Black " 


.20 


.21 


.23 


.26 


.33 


.46 


.66 


1.40 


1.95 


5.25 


L. H., Black « 


.20 


.21 


.23 


.26 


.33 


.46 


.66 


1.40 


1.95 


5.25 


K. H., Pitched, Black,... " 




• 


.23 


.26 


.33 












R. and L., or L. fl., Pitched, Back.. " 


.... 


.... 


.23 


.26 


.33 

















Right and left and left-hand pitched return bends are made to order. 





OPEN 


PATTERN 














Size 


. . . inches 


y^ 


H 


1 


IM 


1^ 


2 


m 


3 


4 


Center to Center 


. . . inches 


1V4 


^Ya 


2K 


3 


31/^ 


4H 


^H 


61/^ 


7 


Price, R. H., Black 


.... each 


.25 


.26 


30 


.40 


55 


.80 


1.35 


2.20 


6.50 


" Galvanized.. 


" 


.50 


.52 


.60 


.80 


1.10 


1.60 


2.70 


4.40 


11.50 


" R. and L., Black... 


i( 


.30 


.30 


.35 


.46 


.64 


.92 


1.55 


2.50 


7.00 


" L. H., Black 


a 


.30 


.30 


.35 


.46 


.64 


.92 


1.55 


2.50 


7.00 



WIDE PATTERN 
















Fig. 


7968C 
















Size. . .inches 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


*1 


1 


IM 


*1^ 


1^ 


IM 


IM 


*1M 


n^ 


ly^ 


Center to Center, in. 
Black. . .each 
Galv.... " 


2^ 
.30 
.60 


3 
.45 

.80 


4 

.50 
.90 


5 

.60 
1.10 


6 

.75 
1.30 


8 
1.50 
2.50 


9 

1.25 
1.85 


2V^ 
.30 
.55 


1.10 


4 

1.00 
1.75 


6 

1.25 
2.00 


7 
1.40 
2.25 


W2 
2.25 
3.75 


8 
2.50 

4.00 


9 
2.00 

3.25 


Size. . .inches 


1^2 


1^ 


*2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2H 


3 


W2 


4 


4 


4 


Center to Center, in. 
Black. . .each 
Galv.... " 


6 

1.60 
2.60 


8 
2.00 
3.25 


3^ 
2.00 
3.25 


4 

.80 
1.60 


4^ 
1.75 
3.00 


5 
1.90 
3.15 


6 
2.00 
3.25 


8 
3.50 

5.00 


12 
4.50 
7.00 


8 
5.50 
9.00 


10 

6.00 
10.00 


5 

5.50 
9.00 


6 
6.25 
9.75 


7 
6.50 

10.00 


11 

7.50 
11.00 



*These sizes are extra heavy. 



46 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



STANDARD CAST IRON FITTINGS 

PLUG 



BUSHING 





COUNTERSUNK PLUG 




Fig. 9642A 


] 


Fig. 9642B 










Fig. 9642C 




Size inches 


H 


H 


% 


¥2 


K 


1 


Wa 


W2 


2 
.14 


23^ 


3 


Price, Bushings, Black each 






.04 


.04 


.05 


.06 


.07 


.09 


.21 


.30 


Galvanized.. " 






.08 


.08 


.10 


.12 


.14 


.18 


.28 


.42 


.60 


« Plugs, Black " 


.02* 


.02 


.02 


.02 


.03 


.04 


.05 


.07 


.10 


.18 


.25 


" Galvanized " 




.04 


.04 


.04 


.06 


.08 


.10 


.14 


.20 


.36 


.50 


" Countersunk ..." 




.... 


.... 


.04 


.06 


.08 


.09 


.11 


.15 


.30 


.40 


Size inches 


W2 


4 


W2 


5 


6 


7 


~8~ 


~9^ 


10 


12 




Price, Bushings, Black each 


.40 


.50 


.75 


.9311.25 


1.87,2.753.25 


3.75 


5.00 




Galvanized.. " 


.80 1.00 


1.50 


1.85 


2.50 


3.75 


5.50 6.50 


7.5010.00 




" Plugs, Black " 


.38 


.42 


.65 


.88 


1.20 


1.85 


2.753.25 


3.75 


5.00 




" Galvanized « 


.76 


.84 


1.30 


1.75 


2.40 


3.70 


5.50 6.50 


7.50 


^0.00 




" Countersunk ... " 


.92 


1.10 




2.00 


3.50 













Bushings reducing one size only, up to and including 23/^-inch, are malleable and are 
listed among malleable jEittings. 

SPECIAL PLUGS 


Size inches 


M 


% 


H 


% 


1 


W4 


IH 


2 


2M 


3 


m 


4 


4^1 5 


6 


Left-Hand each 






04 


.06 
.12 
.06 


.08 
.15 

.08 


.09 
.20 
.09 


.11 
.25 
.11 


.15 
.30 
.15 














Tapped for Air Cock ... " 
Solid " 


^04 


^04 


!64 


'27 


^38 


^57 


^63 


i*66 


i'35 


1*80 



BUSHING 



RADIATOR BUSHINGS AND PLUGS 

ECCENTRIC BUSHING 






Fig. 9642D 



Fig. 9642E 

BUSHINGS 



Fig. 9642F 



Size 


inches 


Ixf 


lixl 


l|xi 


lixf 


IJxl 


IJxli 


2xf 


2x1 


2xli 


2xl| 


Price 


each 


.09 


.11 


.14 


.14 


.14 


.14 


.21 


.21 


.21 1 .21 


ECCENTRIC BUSHINGS 


Size 


inches 


lixi 


lixi 


l§x| 


nn 


l§xl 


2xJ 


2xi 


2x1 


2xl| 


Price ........ 


each 


.22 


.22 


.25 


.25 


.25 


.27 


.27 


.27 


.27 




PLUGS 






Size 


inches 


% 


1 


Wa 


11/^ 


2 


Price 


each 


.06 


.08 


.10 


.14 


.20 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



47 



FITTINGS 

MALLEABLE IRON PIPE SADDLES 
SINGLE STRAP DOUBLE STRAP 



FLANGE UNIONS 
STANDARD EXTRA HEAVY 




Fig. 68 54 A 




Fig. 6854B 



Fig. 68540 



Fig. 6864D 



STANDARD FLANGE UNIONS 

For Working Pressures up to 125 Pounds 



Size inches 



lHanieter of Flanges. . . inches 
No. of Bolts in Each. . 
Price, Black. .... .each 

" Galvanized . " 



Size inches 



Diameter of Flanges. . .inches 
No. of Bolts in Each. . 

Price, Black each 

" Galvanized. « 



3 

.40 
.80 



9^ 

5 

3.15 

6.30 



m 

3 

.46 
.92 



6 



11 

6 
3.95 
7.90 



3% 
3 
.52 

1.04 



12M 

7 

5.50 

11.00 



1H_ 

4 
4 
.64 

1.28 



8 



13^ 

7 

7.00 

14.00 



in 

4 

.78 
1.56 



9 



14% 

8 
10.00 
20.00 



4 
1.00 
2.00 



10 



15M 

10 

11.50 

23.00 



^'A 



634 

4 
1.25 

2.50 



12_ 

18 

12 
16.00 
32.00 



6M 

4 

1.50 

3.00 



14 

22 

14 
28.00 
56.00 



_^A 

4 

1.80 
3.60 



15 



22 

14 
35.00 
70.00 



8H 

5 

2.10 

4.20 



16 



23 
16 

60.00 
120.00 



4J^ 



8% 

5 

2.70 

5.40 



EXTRA HEAVY FLANGE UNIONS 

For Working Pressures up to 250 Pounds 



Size inches 



Diameter of Flanges .inches 

No. of Bolts in Each 

Price : ... . . . each 



Size inches 

Diameter of Flanges inches 

No. of Bolts in Each 

Price each 



3 

3 

.60 



m 



7;i6 

6 
2.70 



3^ 
4 
.70 



7 
3.15 



3% 
4 

.80 



^2 



8M 

8 

4.00 



IM 



4>16 

4 

1.00 



9% 

8 
4.75 



1^ 



4 
1.15 



6 



103^ 

9 
6.00 



5% 

5 
1.50 



1234 

10 

8.25 



234 



6 

5 

1.90 



6M 
6 
25 



8 



13% 

10 

10.50 



MALLEABLE IRON PIPE SADDLES, SINGLE STRAP 



S ize of Pipe ^ inches 

Tapped for Pipe indi^ 



Price 



each 



1 to lU 



^A 



lto2 

1.00 



lto2 
1.00 



MALLEABLE 


RON PIPE SADDLES 


, DOUBLE STRAP 




Size of Pipe inches 


2 


2^ 


3 


m 


4 


434 


5 


1 apped lor Pipe inches 

Price each 


AtoiA 

1.00 


HtoUA 
1.25 


Mto2 
1.25 


Hto2 
1.40 


Mto2 
1.50 


Mto2 
2.50 


Mto2 
2.75 


Size of Pipe inches 


5 


6 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


Tapped for Pipe inches 

Price each 


234 and 3 
2.75 


Hto2 
2.75 


234 to 4 
5.75 


1 to4 
6.50 


1 to 4 
6.50 


l^to4 
8.50 


l^to4 
10.00 


Size of Pipe inches 


10 

434 to 6 
10.00 


12 


12 


15 


16 






lapped tor Pipe inches 

Price each 


lAt0 4: 

14.00 


434 to 6 
14.00 


3 to 6 
22.00 


3 to 6 
25.00 


.... 


.... 



Ml! 



48 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



CAST IRON FLANGES 

NOT FACED 



FLOOR 



COMMON 






Fig. 652A 






Fig. 652 B 




Size 


Price 


Size 


Price 


Size 


Price 




Pric 


Inches 


Each 


Inches 


Each 


Inches 


Each 


Inches 


Each 


^8X3 


*.10 


3 X 63^ 


.50 


5 xlO 


1.50 


7x15 


4 00 


3^x31^ 


M5 


2x7 


.62 


6 xlO 


1.50 


8x15 


4.00 


^x3K 


M5 


23^x 7 


.62 


4^x11 


1.75 


9x15 


4.00 


Mx4 


.22 


3x7 


.62 


5 xll 


1.75 


8x16 


5.00 


1 x4 


M6 


3 x7ii 


.75 


6 xll 


1.75 


9x16 


5 00 


lMx4 


*.16 


2x8 


.90 


5 xl2 


2.20 


10x16 


5 00 


lMx43^ 


.25 


23^x8 


.90 


6 xl2 


2.20 


9x17 


5 75 


1^x41^ 


*.22 


3x8 


.90 


7 xl2 


2.20 


10x17 


5 75 


Mx5 


.30 


3Hx 8 


.90 


5 xl23^ 


2.20 • 


10x18 


7.00 


1 x5 


.30 


4x8 


.90 


6 xl23^ 


2.20 


12x18 


7.00 


lMx5 


.30 


3J^x83^ 


1.00 


7 xl23^ 


2.20 


10x19 


7.50 


13^x5 


.30 


4 X 81^ 


1.00 


6 xl3 


2.80 


12x19 


7.50 


t x5^ 


*.35 


3x9 


1.15 


7 xl3 


2.80 


12x20 


8.50 


1 x6 


.42 


33^x 9 


1.15 


8 xl3 


2.80 


14x20 


8.50 


lMx6 


.40 


4x9 


1.15 


6 xl33^ 


2.80 


14x21 


9.50 


13^x6 


.40 


43^x 9 


1.15 


7 xl33^ 


2.80 


15x21 


9.50 


2 x6 


.42 


4Hx 91^ 


1.25 


8 xl33^ 


2.80 


15x223^ 


14.00 


23^x6 
2 x6l^ 


.42 


33^x10 


1.50 


6 xl4 


3.25 


16x233^^ 


18.00 


.50 


4 xlO 


1.50 


7 xl4 


3 25 






23^x61^ 


.50 


43^x10 


1.50 


8 xl4 


3.25 







Those marked with an * are floor flanges, drilled for screw. 

The above is considered a complete list. Other sizes made to order. 

CIRCULAR FLANGES 




Fig. 652C 



Size of Pipe inches 


W2 


2 23^ 


3 


' 4 


5 


Diameter of Flanges inches 


6 


7 


8 


9 


9 


11 


Size of Pipe inches 


6 


.7 


8 


9 


10 


12 


Diameter of Flanges inches 


12 


13 


14 


17 


18 


20 



These flanges being made to order it is always necessary to give the circle they are to 
fit. 

Patterns for circular flanges are so constructed that the bosses for pipe can be put 
on any size flange on the table above, thereby increasing the variety of sizes and diameters 
to meet the circumstance. 

Prices on apphcation. 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



49 



CAST IRON BRANCH TEES 



No. 1 



No. 3 




Pig. 3274A 
No. 2 





Tig. 3274C 



Fig. 3274D 





3^-1 NCH 


. 1-INCH 


IM- 


INCH 


IK-INCH 


2-INCH 




2i^Inches 
Center to 


21^ Inches Cent 


er 


3 Inches Center 


3K Inches Center 


4H Inches Center 


1 


Center 


to Center 




to Center 


to Center 


to Center 


C3 


Size of Run, Inches 






U 


1 
11- 


li 


2 


2| 


3 


li 


2 


2J 


3 


i* 


n 


3 


2 


2| 


3 


3i 




7^ 




Inside D 


lAMETER, Inches 






f-H 

l-if 
i-if 


2 


l-lf 


2 


n 


3 


3i 


li-2 


2| 


3 


3i 


lf2 
2-2i 


3 


3| 


2i 


3 


3| 


4 


2 


.90 


.90; 


.90 


1.00 


1.15 


1.75 




1.30 


1.50 


1.95 




2.10 


2.85 


3.15 


4.10 


4.50 


4.50 


5.00 


3 


1.05l.05| 


1.05 


1.15 


1.35 


2.05 




1.65 


1.90 


2.40 


.... 


2.70 


3.45 


3.80 


5.25 


5.75 


5.75 


6.25 


4 


1.15 


1.15 


1.15 


1.30 


1.60 


2.40 


3.95 


2.00 


2.40 


2.85 


4.30 


3.35 


4.15 


4.60 


6.40 


7.00 


7.00 


7.75 


51.35 


1.35 


1.35 


1.45 


1.852.75 


4.40 


2.40 


2.90 


3.55 


4.90 


4.00 


5.00 


5.50 


7.65 


8.50 


8.50 


9.25 


61.60 


1.60 


1.60 


1.75'2.103.10 


4.85 


2.80 


3.30 


3.95 


5.40 


4.65 


5.75 


6.25 


8.80 


9.75 


9.75 


10.75 


7 


1.901.90 


1.90 


2.20 2.453.50 


5.50 


3.20 


3.90 


4.20 


6.25 


5.25 


6.50 


7.25 


10.60 


11.75 


11.75 


13.00 


8 


2.202.20 


2.20 


2.45I2.75 


3.75 


6.20 


3.60 


4.50 


4.95 


7.10 


5.85 


7.00 


7.75 


11.5012.75 


12.75 


14.00 


9 


2.652.65 


2.65 


2.90 


3.40 


4.30 


7.85 


4.30 


5.25 


6.15 


8.25 


6.50 


8.25 


9.00 


12.25'l3.50 


13.50 


15.00 


10 3.153.15 


3.15 


3.30 


4.00 


5.00 


8.40 


4.80 


5.85 


6.85 


9.20 


7.60 


9.2510.00 


13.50'l5.00 


15.00 


16.50 


113,753.75 


3.75 


4.50 


4.80 


5.50 


9.05 


5.00 


6.25 


7.25 


10.00 


8.00 


9.7510.75 


14.2515.75 


15.75 




12 4.404.40 


4.40 


4.75 


5.10 


5.85 


9.70 


5.25 


6.50 


7.65 


10.85 


8.50 


10.50 


11.50 


15.0016.50 


16.50 




13 


5.00 


5,00 


5.00 


5.50 


6.00 


6.30 


10.35 


6.00 


7.00 


8.25 


11.65 


9.50 


11.50 


12.75 


16.0017.50 


17.50 




14 


.... 




.... 


7.00 7.25 
7.50 7.75 




11.00 
11.75 
12.50 


6.75 
7.50 

8.50 


7.75 

8.50 
9.50 


9.00 

9.75 

10.75 


















15 


















16 




8.00 


8.25 


.... 

















All tees are tapped at both ends, irrespective of back or side outlets. 
Back or side outlets charged as additional front outlets. 

In ordering, be sure to state size of run required. When not ordered . otherwise, all 
openings will be tapped right-hand. 

Branch tees for circulation are tapped right-hand, all openings. 

Branch tees for box coils are tapped left-hand in branches and right-hand in back 
outlets. 



50 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



HOOK AND EXPANSION PLATES, ETC. 



CAST IRON 
HOOK PLATE 



EXPANSION 
HOOK PLATE 



3 




Fig. 7100 



Fig. 710A 



Fig. 710B 




LAUNDRY 
COIL STAND 




Fig. 710E 



CAST IRON HOOK PLATES AND SINGLE HOOKS 



Number of Hooks 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


For 1- in. Pipe, 23^ in 


between Centers. 


each 


.09 


.18 


.23 


.26 


.32 


.38 


" lU " " 3 *' 


t( a 


a 


.10 


.21 


.27 


.32 


.41 


.52 


" iji " " m " 


U (I 


(( 


.15 


.28 


.43 


.58 


.72 


.88 


" 2 " " 4}4 " 


a it 


(( 


.22 


.43 


.65 


.90 


1.15 


1.85 



EXPANSION HOOK PLATES 



Number of Hooks 


1 


2 


3 


4 





6 


For 1- in. Pipe, 23^ in. 


between Centers. 


. each 


.15 


.25 


.35 


.50 


.60 


.70 


" IM" " 3 " 


a a 


it 


.17 


.27 


.40 


.60 


.70 


.80 


" 13^ " " 3.1^ " 


u a 


a 


.25 


.40 


.60 


.75 


.90 


1.00 


" 2 " • " 43^ " 


it a 


" 




.60 


.85 


1.00* 


1.35 


1.55 



When hook plates are ordered, specifying a greater number of hooks than Hsted 
above, we will send two; for instance, an order calhng for 2 — 2x8 hook plates we will 
send four 2x4. 

BEAM HOOKS, LONG SHANK 



Size 


inphf^s 


3^ 


M 


1 


m 


I'A 


,2 


2>^ 


*^ 






Price .... 


each 


.13 


.15 


.18 


.22 


.24 


.35 


.65 


.90 




LAUNDRY COIL STANDS 

With Movable Hook Plates for l-inch Pipe 




• 




Pipes High 


4 


6 


8 


10 


Price 


each 


2.00 


2.75 


3.50 


4.25 



Extra hooks, complete, for 1-inch pipe, 6 cents; li^-inch, 8 cents; IJ^-inch, 10 cents; 
and 2-inch, 15 cents each, net. 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



51 



PIPE HANGERS AND BEAM CLAMPS 

PIPE HANGERS 

"CHICAGO" PATENT DETACHABLE MALLEABLE 
FOR 2H TO 12-INCH 
WITH LAG WITH BEAM 

SCREW CLAMP 

ADJUSTABLE 
FOR SPRINKLER PIPE FOR H TO 2-INCH 

EXPANSION 







Fig. 9647A Fig. 9647B 

CAST IRO^ 


Fig.9647C Fig. 9647D 

1 EXPANSION PIPE HANGERS 




Fig. 


9647E 


Size inches 


^ 


H 


1 


IM 


1^ 


2 


2H 


3 


3Ji 


4 


41^ 


5 


6" 
1.35 


7 

H 

1.80 


8 


Size of Pipe Ring and Buttons are 

Tapped for inches 

Price each 


.17 


H 

.17 


.18 


.19 


.25 


'4> 


.^6 


.44 


1 


.^ 


% 


1.12 


2^5 



PARTS O F EXPANSION PIPE HANGERS 



Size inches 

Price, Plate ,. . eaclT 

" Buttons " 

" Kings " 



08 
.06 



08 .08 
06 .06 



08 .08 .12 .15 



1^ 
.09 
.07 
.20 



2, 

.09 
.07 
.25 



2K 
.10 



,30 .40 



.10 
.08 
.50 



_4 
.10 

.08 
.60 



4K 
.10 

.08 

.80 



.10 

.08 

1.00 



.10 

.08 

1.25 



.10 

.08 

1.70 



.10 

.08 

2.15 

Above prices do not include such parts as pipe, rod, or turnbuckles. If desired will 
furnish at extra price. 

ADJUSTABLE HANGERS FOR SPRINKLER PIPE 



Size. 


inches 


H 1 


1 


IM 


W2 1 


2 


Price 


each 


.17 1 


.18 


.19 


.25 1 


.36 





"CHICAGO" DETACHABLE MALLEABLE PIPE HANGERS 




Size.;.. 


inches 


H 


1 


IH 


IK 1 


2 


Price . . . 


each 


.32 


.33 


.35 


.45 1 


.55 



'CHICAGO" DETACHABLE MALLEABLE ROLLER PIPE HANGERS 



Size inches 


m 


3 


m 


4 


5 


C 


7 8 


9 


10 1 12 


Price, with Lag Screw . each 

" Beam Clamp " 


.65 
1.25 


.80 
1.40 


1.35 
1.95 


1.65 
2.25 


2.10 
2.70 


2.70 
3.40 


3.203.85 

3.80|4.45 


4. 80:5. 45,6. 75 
5.40,6.05 7.35 




A. B, C, BEAM CLAMPS 



Price, No. 1, to take 34-irich Pipe Rods each 

a li ey u a q / u u u a 

ti a Q u « 1/ u u « u 



.40 
.40 
.40 



Fig. 9647F 



52 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



PIPE HANGERS, ETC. 



PERFORATED EXTENSION BAR 




Fig. 6518A 



ADJUSTABLE STEEL HANGERS 



Size of Pipe 


. inches 


'A 


H 


1 


IH 


m 


2 


2Ji 


3 


Adjustable Length, 2 to 10 inches . 

" " 10 " 16 " . 

" " 16 " 22 " 
Rings with Bolts 


. . . each 

a 
a 


.18 
.21 

.24 
.08 


.18 
.21 
.24 
.08 


.18 
.21 
.24 
.09 


.20 
.23 
.26 
.10 


.22 
.25 

.28 
.12 


.25 

.28 
.31 
.14 


.30 
.33 
.36 
.16 


.35 

.38 
.41 

.18 


Size of Pipe 


. inches 


m 


4 


4K 


5 


6 


7 


8 




Adjustable Length, 2 to 10 inches . 
" 10 " 16 " . 

Rings with Bolts 


. . . each 

a 


.37 
.40 
.43 
.20 


.45 

.48 
.51 
.25 


.50 
.53 
.56 
.30 


.58 
.61 
.64 
.35 


.70. 
.74 
.79 

*.90 


1.05 
1.10 
1.15 

*1.10 


1.20 

1.25 

1.30 

*1.30 









*Extra heavy. 
Hanger screws: No. 1, small, 5 cents; No, 2, large, 10 cents, each. 



PERFORATED EXTENSION BARS 



Number 


00 





1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


Width 

Gauge of Steel 


. . inches 

u 


14 

.08 


14 

.08 


Vs 
14 
.08 


1 
12 
.09 


10 
.10 


10 

.20 


34 


Price 


per foot 


/16 

.28 



GAS PIPE HOOK SOLID RING PIPE HANGER 

TINNED STRAP 




Fig. 6518D 



Fig. 65 ISC 




Fig. 6518E 



Size inches 

Price, Gas Pipe Hooks per 100^ 

" Tinned Straps per pound 

" Cast Iron Solid Ring Pipe Hangers, Black per 100 

" " " " *' " " Galv " 



.45 
.30 



.55 

.30 

5.00 

6.50 



.65 

.30 

5.00 

6.50 



.80 
.30 



1.00 

.30 



5.80 7.75 
7.00,9.00 



1. 



114 iy2 



30 1.60 

.30 .30 

10.0014.00 

12.00' 16. 00 



2 

2.00 

.30 

22.00 

25.00 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



63 



FLOOR AND CEILING PLATES 

PLAIN CAST IRON 



CHICAGO PATENT 



FLOOR PLATE WITH GROOVE 




(If: 



Fig. 5361A 



^ Fig. 5361B 
FLOOR AND CEILING PLATES 



Fig. 5361 C 



Size inches 


H 


% 


1 


IM 


1}^ 


2 


W2 


3 


33^ 
.35 
.55 


4 

.42 
.68 


5 

.60 
.95 


6 

.75 
1.25 


8 


Price, Floor Plates. . .each 
" CeiHng " ..." 


.06 
.11 


.06 
.13 


.08 
.16 


.11 
.18 


.14 
.23 


.16 

.27 


.24 
.36 


.30 
.50 


1.75 



CHICAGO PATENT DETACHABLE 



Size 


inches 


M 


1 


IM 


W^ 


2 


W2 


3 


3^ 


4 


Price 


each 


.22 


.28 


.32 


.40 


.50 


.65 


.90 


1.00 


1.20 



NEW MODEL 



No. 3 

FLOOR AND CEILINa PLATE 

WITH SCREW SET 



B & C 



No. 6 
FLOOR PLATE 



V ^^ 



Fig. 5361D 



i: 

Fig. 5361E 
NEW MODEL 




Size inches 


^ 


M 


¥2 


% 


1 


1^ 


IH 


2 


2K 


Price, Black each 

" Nickel-plated . . " 


.14 
.25 


.15 
.26 


.16 

.27 


.17 

.28 


.20 
.32 


.22 
.35 


.25 

.38 


.30 
.45 


.50 
.65 


Size inches 


3 


3K 


4 


4K 


5 


6 


7 


8 




Price, Black each 

" Nickel-plated . . " 


.65 

.80 


.80 
.100 


1.00 
1.25 


1.25 
1.50 


1.50 
1.75 


1.75 
2.00 


2.00 
2.25 


2.25 
2.50 





B & C 



Size inches }^ 



Price, Black each 

" Nickel-plated " 

" Cast Brass, Nos. 3, 6 and 7 . . " 
" Brass. Pol, or N. P., No. 10... " 



Size inches 



Price, Black .each 

" Nickel-plated " 

" Cast Brass, Nos. 3, 6 and 7. .. " 



.14 

.25 

1.00 



n 



.60 .60 



m 



.80 
1.00 
4.00 



.15 

.26 

1.00 



1.00 
1.25 
5.00 



.16 

.27 

1.00 

.62 



4^ 



1.25 
1.50 
6.00 



-17 

.28 

1.20 

.65 



1.50 
1.75 
7.00 



.20 

.32 

1.30 

.72 



6 



1.75 

2.00 
9.00 



IM W2 2 



.22 

.35 

1.60 

.80 



.25 

.38 



.30 

.45 



2.00 
2.25 

10.00 



1.802.00 
851.00 



8 



2.25 
2.50 

12. 



9 



2.50 
2.75 

14.00 



2K 



50 

65 
2.50 
1.50 



10 



2.75 
3.00 

16.00 



3^ 
65 

80 
00 

80 



No. 10, sizes y^ to 3-inch only. 



64 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



"EUREKA" 
COMBINATION CIRCULATION FITTINGS 

- •■ • •. (Patented) 

COMBrNATION FITTING FOR SINGLE-PIPE HOT WATER WORK 



No. 1 
FULL VIEW 



No. 2 
SECTIONAL VIEW 





Fig, 108A 



Fig. 108B 



The '* Eureka'' Combination Circulation Fitting is designed to take the place of the 
usual ells, tees and nipples commonly employed in taking branches 'from the main flow 
pipe of a single-pipe hot water system. 

The hot water is taken from the top of the fitting, and passing through the radiators, is 
returned through an especially devised channel in the fitting in such a manner that it flows 
to the cool strata in the lower side of the pipe. 

Besides saving the necessary labor expended in making up the fittings in the old- 
fashioned way, and the decreased liability of leaky joints, the friction is reduced to a min- 
imum and a thoroughly practical method of construction is obtained. 

The general appearance and neatness of a single-pipe hot water system with this 
fitting applied is vastly superior to the old method of construction. 

The use of the *' Eureka" Combination Circulation Fitting removes any obje(;tion 
heretofore urged against the one-pipe system, and in addition efTects an actual saving in 
the cost of material and labor for this style of work. 

These fittings require only half the number and half the labor of installation in main 
flow pipe compared with common fittings. 



Size 


Size of 


Length ^ ' 


Center to Center 


Prire 


of Main 


Outlets 


Over All 


of Outlets 


Each 


Inches 


Inches 


Inches 


Inches 




2 


MtolH 


8H 


4^ 


.90 


m 


Mto2 


m 


m 


' 1.30 


3 


Mto2 


9J4 


4^ 


1.50 


3 


23^ 


IWs 


5M 


1.90 


33^ 


Mto2 


Wi 


4^ 


1.90 


4 


3^ to 2 


9M 


iVi 


2.20 


4 


2^ 


11^ 


5K 


• 3.20 


43^ 


lto2 


9M 


4^ 


3.20 


4M 


W2 


nVi 


Ws 


3.70 


5 


lto2 


9J4 


^V2 


3.70 


5 


23^ 


113^ 


5% 


4.90 


6 


lto2 


9M 


43^ 


4.90 


6 


23^ and 3 


115^ 


^Vs 


6.50 


7 


IM to W2 


12J^ 


6^ 


8.50 


8 


iM " m 


n% 


6H 


15.00 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



65 



CIRCULATING TEES AND SPRINKLER HEADS 

THE TILLMAN CIRCULATING TEES 

^00^^^Ktl^^^ _ A perfect distributing connection devised for 

^0^ ^ ^^ ^^^^ ^^ki adjusting and evening the circulation of the water 

^r^ ^^ ' " "^v^^ throughout the system, which is accomplished with 

M ^r ^V^^^k ^^^ most precision and accuracy. The entire ab- 

m I ' \ m sence of numerous 45° ells, nipples, plugged tees 

ml I ■ and other paraphernalia, ordinarily used in making 

II I I "™"^ — 1 ^P branch pipe connections to mains, means a large 

11 J saving of time, hard labor and material, and the 

»^ \ J ^|^^||J saving of dollars in cost of installation. 

% \^ ' M\ PHHRH Heretofore _ most of the trouble experienced in 

^L ^^^ ^^^ ^^^^lillilii ^^^ water heating was caused by the inability of 

^^J^»i^i^^|^^^^|Jjl|jlll the steam fiUer to control the flow of water and to 

^ ^ connect radiator and riser branch pipes to the mains 

^ '^ J in such a manner as to prevent "short circuits" and 

Fig. 10284A cause hot Water to circulate to the end of the mains. 

When used in connection with the Tillman Pres- 
sure Generator, fhey will circulate water into the last radiator off the end of the mains, as well 
as intermediate radiators, practically at boiler temperature, the loss of heat in transmis- 
sion being from 2 to 4 degrees. Substantially the same accurate, uniform and positive 
result is secured in every installation of the Tillman Hot Water Heating System. 

Because of their eccentric construction and the depending wall (cast on the inner 
perimeter of the tee), they pass water from the bottom of the mains, without forcing it 
downward, without producing friction and without retarding the natural, easy flow of 
water through mains and into branch pipes. 

When it is remembered that the hottest portion of the water flows along the upper half 
of the mains and branch pipes, it is apparent that they render it impossible for stagnant 
water to accumulate in the mains and piping system, and thus cause slow circulation and 
large fuel consumption. 

It is also plainly apparent that the total area and carrying capacity of the mains and 
entire piping system will be utilized, because the whole body of water is moving uniformly 
in one positive direction. 

Note.— When using Tillman Circulating Tees, the flow main should be sufficiently ele- 
vated above the returp main to permit return branch pipes to pass under the flow main. 
Tlie best method, however, is to extend the return main immediately below the flow main, 
leaving sufficient space between the mains for installation. This makes a very handsome 
job and saves much time. 



Size 
Inches 


Price 

Each 


Size 
Inches 


Price 
Each 


Size 
Inches 


Price 
Each 


Size ' 
Inches 


Price 
Each 


IJ^xlHx % 
IHxl 1-^x1 


.40 
.44 
.44 


2x2x M 
2x2x1 

2x2x1^4 


.55 
.55 
.55 


2>ix2Kx M 

2^x2^x1 

2^x2^x11^ 


.80 
.80 
.80 


3x3x % 

3x3x1 

3x3xlM 


1.10 
1.10 
1.10 



OPEN HEAD 



CLOSED HEAD 




SPRINKLER HEADS 

For Automatic Fire Protection 



Size, Iron P ipe Connection — inches 



Price, Open or Closed Heads each 



H 



1.50 



When ordering, state if standard or high 
temperature heads are wanted. 



Fiff. 10284B 




Fig. 10284C 



56 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



LONG SWEEP CAST IRON FITTINGS 



No. 1 ELBOW No. 2 DOUBLE BRANCH ELBOW No. 3 TEE 



No. 4 CROSS 




' Fig. 722A 


Fig 


722B 

NO. 


Fig. 
1 ELBOWS 


722C 




Fig. 722D 




Size 


. . . inches 


1 


m 


w?. 


2 


2H 


3 


33^ 


4 


Price, Black 

" Galvanized 

" Reducing . 


. . . . . each 


.32 
.64 

.48 


.40 
.80 
.60 


.55 

1.10. 

.83 


.80 
1.60 
1.20 


1.20 
2.40 
1.80 


2.25 

4.50 
3.38 


3.25 

6.50 
4.88 


3.50 
7.00 
5.25 


Size 


. . . inches 


4H 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


12 


Price, Black 

" Galvanized 

" Reducing 


each 


5.50 

11.00 

8.25 


6.50 

13.00 

9.75 


8.75 
17.50 
13.13 


13.00 
26.00 
19.50 


17.00 
34.00 
25.50 


25.50 
51.00 
•38.25 


30.00 
60.00 
45.00 


40 ."00 
80.00 
60.00 



No. 2 DOUBLE BRANCH ELBOWS 

No. 2 elbows take double list of No. 1. 





No 


. 3 TEES 












Size inches 


1 


IM 


1^ 


2 


2H 


3 


^y?. 


4 


Price, Black each 


.48 
.96 


.60 

1.20 

.90 


.82 
1.64 
1.23 


1.20 
2.40 
1.80 


1.80 
3.60 
2.70 


3.40 
6.80 
5.10 


4.90 
9.80 
7.35 


5.25 

10.50 

7.88 


" Galvanized " 

" Reducing 


Size inches 


m 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 1 10 


12 


Price, Black .... each 

Galvanized 

" Reducing " 


8.25 
16.50 
12.38 


9.75 
19.50 
14.63 


13.25 

26.50 
19.88 


19.50 
39.00 
29.25 


25.50 
51.00 
38.25 


38.00 
76.00 
57.00 


45.00 
90.00 
67.50 


60.00 

120.00 

90.00 



No. 4 CROSSES 



Size..... inches 


1 


IM 


IH 


2 


W2 


3 


m 


4 


Price, Black each 

" Galvanized " 

" Reducing.. " 


.85 
1.70 


1.10 
2.20 
1,65 


1.50 
3.Q0 
2r25 


2.15 
4.30 
3.23 


3.20 
6.40 
4.80 


6.00 

12.00 

9.00 


8.75 
17.50 
13.13 


9.50 
19.00 
14.25 


Size inches 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


12 




Price, Black each 

" Galvanized " 

" Reducing " 


17.50 
35.00 
26.25 


24.00 
48.00 
36.00 


35.00 
70.00 
52.50 


45.00 
90.00 
67.50 


68.00 
136.00 
102.00 


80.00 
160.00 
120.00 


107.00 
214.00 
160.50 


.... 



REDUCING SIZES-LONG SWEEP FITTINGS 

Nos. 1, 2 and 3 reducing will be made by bushing in the sand. 
NO. 4 CROSSES NO. 12 STRAIGHT BACK TEES 



23^x2 J^xlJ^xlH 

3 x3 xlj^xli^ 

4 x4 x23^x2^ 

5 x5 x4 x4 



5x5x3x3 

6x6x4x4 
8x8x4x4 
8x8x6x6 



2 x2 xl 

2 xli^xli^ 
2 xlj^xl 

2>^x23^x2 
23^x2 J^xlJ^ 
21^x23^x1 



2^x2 x2 
2^x2 xli^ 
3 x3 x2 
3 x3 xl3^ 
3 x3 xl3^ 
3x2^x21^ 



3 x2j^x2 
21^x23^x3 
S^xS x2 

4 x4 x23/^ 
3^x3 x4 

3 x3 x4 



5x5 x3 
4x4 x5 

4x3J^x5 
6x6 x4 
5x4 x6 
4x4 x6 



8x8x6 
8x8x4 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



57 



LONG SWEEP CAST IRON FITTINGS 



STRAIGHT BACK TEE 



ELBOW 
FLANGED ON ONE END 



TEE 
FLANGED ON TWO ENDS 






Fig. 723A 



Fig. 723B 
STRAIGHT BACK TEES 



Fig. 723C 



Size inches 


1 


IM 


W2 


2 


2M 


3 


33^ 


4 


Price r each 


.64 
.96 


.80 
1.20 


1.10 
1.65 


1.60 
2.40 


2.40 
3.60 


4.50 
6.75 


6.50 
9.75 


7.00 


" Reducing: " 


10.50 


Size inches 


4J^ 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


12 


Price .each 


11.00 
16.50 


13.00 
19.50 


17.50 
26.25 


26.00 
39.00 


34.00 
51.00 


51.00 

76.50 


60.00 
90.00 


80.00 


" Reducing " 


120.00 



ELBOWS. TEES, AND CROSSES 

With Flanged Ends 










Size inches 


2 


2H 


3 


33^ 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


10 


12 


Elbows, Flanged One End .each 

" Both Ends " 

Tees, " One or Two Ends . '* 

*' " Three Ends *' 

Crosses, " One or Two Ends . " 
" Three or Fonr Ends " 


5.00 
6.00 
8.00 
9,00 
11.00 
12.00 


5.50 
6.75 

9.00 
10.00 
12.50 
13.50 


6.00 
7.50 
10.00 
11.50 
13.50 
15.00 


6.50 
8.50 
11.00 
13.00 
15.00 
17.00 


7.50 
10.00 
12.00 
15.00 
17.00 
20.00 


10.00 
12.50 

15.00 
18.00 
22.00 
25.00 


14.00 
17.50 
22,00 
26.00 
30.00 
35.00 


25.00 
30.00 
40.00 
45.00 
55.00 
60,00 


30.00 
35.00 
45.00 
50.00 
65.00 
70.00 


40.00 
50.00 
80.00 
90.00 
100.00 
120.00 


53.00 
65.00 
105.00 
120.00 
132.00 
157.00 



Above prices are for tittings faced and drilled. 



BASE ELBOWS AND TEES 



BASE ELBOW 



BASE TEE 





I 



Fig. 723D 



Fig. 723E 



BASE ELBOWS-SCREWED 



Size 


inches 


3 


4 


m 


5 


6 


Price, Black, Round or Square Base 


each 


8.00 


11.00 


14.00 


15.00 


18.00 


Size 


inches 


7 


8 


9 


10 


12 


Price, Black, Round or Square Base 


each 


25.00 


32.00 


40.00 


50.00 


65.00 



Base tees made to order only. 



68 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



EXTRA HEAVY CAST IRON FITTINGS 

For Steam Working Pressures up to 250 Pounds 

Tested to Hydraulic Pressures Corresponding to the 

above Working Pressures 

ELBOW 45° ELBOW 




Fig. 7975A 



TEE 




Fig. 7975B 
CROSS 





Fig. 7975C 



Fig, 7975D 



Size inches 



Price, Elbows each 

" " Reducing " 

" 45^ « 

" Tees " 

" Reducing " 

" Crosses " 

" ^T" Bends " 



Size inches 



Price, Elbows each 

" " Reducing " 

" « A^o it 

" Tees " 

" " Reducing " 

" Crosses " 

" "Y" Bends " 



K 



.25 

.35 

.40 



3.50 
4.40 

4.50 
5.50 
6.85 
7.00 
11.00 



H 



.30 
.40 
.40 
.45 
.60 



4H 



4.25 

5.50 
6.75 

8.50 
8.50 



.35 
.45 

.44 
.55 
.70 

.70 



IH 



.45 
.55 
.55 
.70 
.90 
.90 
1.35 



5. "50 
6,80 
6.75 
8.25 
10.25 
11.00 



6 



8.00 



9.75 

12.00 
15.00 
16.00 



.60 
.75 

.70 

.90 

1.15 

1.20 
1.80 



12.00 



14.50 
18.00 
22.50 
24.00 



.75 
.95 
.90 
1.15 
1.40 
1.50 
2.25 



17.00 



21.00 
25.00 
31.00 

34.00 



1.25 

1.55 
1.50 
1.80 
2.25 
2.50 
3.J5 



10 



28.00 



34.00 
42.00 
52.00 

56.00 



2.00 
2.50 
2.50 
3.00 
3.75 
4.00 
6.00 



12 



2.75 

3.50 
4.25 

5.30 
5.50 



40.00 



48.00 
60.00 
75.00 
80.00 



Galvanized extra heavy fittings, double above Hst. 

The radius of these fittings is longer than the ordinary, thereby reducing friction. 

We do not recommend the use of screwed fittings above 6-inch; for larger sizes, 
flanged are more suitable. 

Special reducing sizes can be made to order by bushing in the sand, and will be 
charged for extra, according to quantity. 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 59 



CAST IRON FLANGED FITTINGS 

STANDARD AND EXTRA HEAVY 

Standard and extra heavy reducing elbows carry same dimensions 
center to face as regular elbows of largest straight size. 

Standard and extra heavy tees, crosses and laterals, reducing on run 
only, carry..same dimensions face to face as largest straight size. 

Where long radius fittings are specified, it has reference only to elbows 
which are made in two center to face dimensions and to be known as elbows 
and long radius elbows, the latter being used only when so specified. ; 

All stanciard weight fittings are guaranteed for 125 pounds working 
pressure and extra heavy fittings for 250 pounds working pressure. 

All extra heavy fittings and flanges have a raised surface of ^ inch 
high inside of bolt holes for gaskets. 

Standard weight fittings and flanges are plain faced. 

Bolt holes are % inch larger in diameter than bolts. Bolt holes to 
straddle center line. 

Size of all fittings scheduled indicates inside diameter of ports. 

The face to face dimensions of reducers, either straight or eccentric, for 
all pressures shafl be the same face to face as given in table of dimensions. 

Square head bolts with hexagonal nuts are recommended. 

Twin elbows, whether straight or reducing, carry same dimensions l||.ijtjj 

center to face and face to face as regular straight size elbows and tees. fi 1 1 

Side outlet elbows and side outlet tees, whether straight or reducing sizes, 
carry the same dimensions center to face and face to face as regular tees 
having same reductions. 

Bull head tees or tees increasing on outlet have same center to face and 
face to face dimensions as a straight fitting of the size of the outlet. 

Tees and crosses 16 inches and down, reducing on the outlet, use the same 
dimensions as straight sizes of the larger port. 

Y's are special and are made to suit conditions. 

Double sweep tees are not made reducing on the run. 



60 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



STANDARD FLANGED FITTINGS 

For 125 Pounds Steam Working Pressure 
ELBOWS 



STANDARD 



DIMENSIONS 



DIMENSIONS 




Fig. 8768A 



Fig. 8768B 



"The 1915 U. S. Standard" 





Diameter 

of 

Flanges 


Center to Face 
Inches 




Prick 


Each 


— 


Size 


Standard 


45" 


Inches 








With 




With 




Incties 


"A" 


"D" 


Witii 


Faced and 


With 


Faced and 






Standard 


45" 


Faced 


Drilled 


Faced 


Drilled 










Flanges 


Flanges 


Flanges 


Flanges 


V6 


^2 


m 


2 


3.00 


3.60 


3.30 


3 90 


W2 


5 


4 


21^ 


3.00 


3.60 


3.30 


3.90 


2 


6 


4^ 


2>^ 


3.00 


3.60 


3.30 


3.90 


2K 


7 


5 


3 


3.15 


3.75 


3.50 


4.10 


3 


7^ 


W2 


3 


3.45 


4.15 


3.80 


4.50 


3M 


m 


6 


m 


4.05 


4.90 


4.50 


5.35 


4 


9 


^V2 


4 


4.50 


5.50 


5.00* 


6.00 


43^ 


9M 


7 


4 


5.50 


6.50 


6.00 


7.00 


5 


10 


7^ 


4H 


6.25 


7.25 


6.90 


7.90 


6 


11 


8 


5 


7.J60 


8.90 


8.35 


9.65 


7 


12J^ 


m 


5|^ 


10.50 


12.00 


11.00 


12.50 


8 


W^ 


9 


5^ 


12.00 


13.60 


12.60 


14.20 


9 


15 


10 


6 


17.00 


19.25 


17.75 . 


- 20.00 


10 


16 


11 


6^ 


19.00 


21.70 


20.00 


22.70 


12 


19 


12 


7H 


28.00 


31.00 


29.50 


32.50 


14 


21 


14 


7^ 


41.50 


45.25 


41.50 


45.25 


15 


22M 


14H 


8 


47.00 


51.50 


47.00 


51.50 


16 


W^ 


15 


8 


54.50 


59.50 


54.50 


59.50 


18 


25 


16H 


m 


71.00 


77.00 


71.00 


77.00 


20 


T6 


18 


9H 


90.00 


97.00 


90.00 


97.00 


22 


W^ 


20 


10 


113.00 


122.00 


113.00 


122.00 


24 


32 


22 


11 


140.00 


150.00 


140.00 


150.00 



Furnished faced only, unless otherwise ordered. 
Larger sizes made to order. Prices on application. 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



61 



STANDARD FLANGED FITTINGS 

Per 125 Pounds Steam Working Pressure 
REDUCING TAPER ELBOWS 




DIMENSIONS 

-A-H 




Fig. 8817A 



"The 1915 U. S. Standard" 







Center 
to Face 

"A" 
Inches 


Price 


Each 


Size 
Inches 


Diameter 

of Flanges 

Inches 


Center 

to Face 

"A'* 

Inches 


Pbice, Each 


Size 
Inches 


Diameter 

of Flanges 

Inches 


With 
Faced 
Flanges 


With 
Faced 

and 
Drilled 


With 
Faced 
Flanges 


With 

Faced 

and 

Drilled 










Flanges 










Flanges 


3 xl3^ 


71^x5 


5>i 


6.90 


7.60 


8x 5 


131/^x10 


9 


24.00 


25.60 


3 x2 


7^x6 


m 


6.90 


7.60 


8x 6 


131/^x11 


9 


24.00 


25.60 


3 x2^ 


ly^xi 


m 


6.90 


7.60 


8x 7 


133^x123^ 


9 


24.00 


25.60 


31^x2 


8Hx 6 


6 


8.10 


8.95 


9x 6 


15 xll 


10 


34.00 


36.25 


3>^x2^ 


8Kx 7 


6 


8.10 


8.95 


9x 8 


15 xl3i^ 


10 


34.00 


36.25 


33^x3 


8^x7^ 


6 


8.10 


8.95 


lOx 5 


16 xlO 


11 


38.00 


40.70 


4 x2 


9x6 


6^ 


9.00 


10.00 


lOx 6 


16 xll 


11 


38.00 


40.70 


4 x2i^ 


9x7 


6H 


9.00 


10.00 


lOx 7 


16 xl23/^ 


11 


38.00 


40.70 


4 x3 


9 x7i^ 


6^ 


9.00 


10.00 


lOx 8 


16 xl33^ 


11 


38.00 


40.70 


5 x2ii^ 


10 x 7 


W2 


12.50 


13.50 


lOx 9 


16 xl5 


11 


38.00 


40.70 


5 x3 


10 X 73^ 


IV2 


12.50 


13.50 


12x 6 


19 xll 


12 


56 00 


59.00 


5 x4 


10 X 9 


W2 


12.50 


13.50 


12x 7 


19 xl2i^ 


12 


56.00 


59.00 


6 x2i^ 


11 X 7 


8 


15.25 


16.55 


12x 8 


19 xl3i^ 


12 


56.00 


59.00 


6 x3 


11 X 73^ 


8 


15.25 


16.55 


12x10 


19 xl6 


12 


56.00 


59.00 


6 x33^ 


11 X 81^ 


8 


15.25 


16.55 


14x10 


21 xl6 


14 


70.00 


73.75 


6 x4 


11 X 9 


8 


15.25 


16.55 


14x12 


21 xl9 


14 


70.00 


73.75 


6 x5 


11 xlO 


8 


15.25 


16.55 


15x10 


22Mxl6 


14^ 


80.00 


84.50 


7 x5 


121^x10 


m 


21.00 


22.50 


15x12 


223^x19 


im 


80.00 


84.50 


7 x6 


121^x11 


m 


21.00 


22.50 


16x12 


233^x19 


15 


90.00 


95.00 


8 x33^ 


i3i^x %y2 


9 


24.00 


25.60 


16x14 


231^x21 


15 


90.00 


95.00 


8 x4 


isy^x 9 


9 


24.00 


25.60 


16x15 


233^x2234 


15 


90.00 1 95.00 



Elbows not listed above, made to order at special price. 
furnished faced only, unless otherwise ordered. 



Flanged fittings wiU be 



■ 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



STANDARD FLANGED FITTINGS 



For Steam Working Pressures up to 125 Pounds 
TEES 
STRAIGHT DIMENSIONS 

B 



REDUCING 




f 



D 




Fig. 8826A Pi„ RRQfiTl 

New Standard-Effective January 1, 1915 

Recommended by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, National Associa- 
tion of Master Steam and Hot Water Fitters and Manufacturers' Committee. 





Diameter 

of 
Flanges 


*Face 

to Face 

"AA" 


Center to Face 
Inches 




Price 


, Each 




Size 
Inches 


Straight 


tREDUCING 






With 


With - 


With 


With 




Inches 


Inches 


*"A*' 


*"B" 


Faced 
Flanges 


Faced and 
Drilled 
Flanges 


Faced 
Flanges 


Faced and 
Drilled 
Flanges 


IH 


43^ 


m 


s% 


3M 


4.35 


5.25 






i^ 


5 


8 


4 


4 


4.35 


5.25 


5.66 


5.90 


2 


6 


9 


4J^ 


43^ 


4.35 


5.25 


5.00 


5.90 


2^ 


7 


10 


5 


5 


4.55 


5.45 


5.25 


6.15 


3 


W2 


11 


53^ 


53^ 


5.00 


6.10 


5.75 


6.85 


3J^ 


m 


12 


6 


6 


5.85 


7.10 


6.75 


8.00 


4 


9 


13 


6J^ 


^Vz 


6.50 


8.00 


7.50 


9.00 


4^ 


9M 


14 


7 


7 


8.00 


9.50 


9.25 


10.75 


5 


10 


15 


W2^ 


W2 


9.10 


10.60 


10.50 


12.00 


6 


11 


16 


8 


8 


11.00 


12.95 


12.65 


14.60 


7 


w^ 


17 


m 


m 


15.25 


17.50 


17.50 


19.75 


8 


}m 


18 


9 


9 


17.40 


19.80 


20.00 


22.40 


9 


15 


20 


10 


10 


24.65 


28.00 


28.50 


31.85 


10 


16 


22 


11 


11 


27.50 


31.50 


31.50 


35.50 


12 


19 


24 


12 


12 


40.50 


45.00 


46.130 


51.00 


14 


21 


28 


14 


14 


60.00 


65.50 


69.00 


74.50 


15 


22M 


29 


14^ 


143^ 


68.00 


74.75 


78.00 


84.75 


16 


W^ 


30 


15 


15 


.'79.00 


86.50 


91.00 


98.50 


18 


25 


33 


161^ 


163^ 


103.00 


112.00 


118.00 


127.00 


20 


EV^ 


36 


18 


18 


130.00 


140.00 


150.00 


160.00 


22 


29K 


40 


20 


20 


164.00 


177.00 


189. oa 


202.00 


24 


32 


44 


22 


22 


203.00 


218.00 


233.00 


248.00 



*A11 reducing tees, 16 inches and smaller, take the same center to face dimensions 
as straight size tees. All tees reducing on the run only, take the same dimensions, center 
to face, as the largest straight size. Tees, sizes 18 inches and larger, reducing on the out- 
let, aremade in two lengths, depending on the size of outlet. For variations from above 
dimensions in 10-inch size and larger with small outlet, see dimensions and templates for 
drilling. Furnished faced only, unless otherwise specified. Larger sizes made to order. 
Prices on application. 

Bullheads or tees having outlet larger than the run, will be the same length center 
to face of all openings as a tee with all openings of the size of the outlet. For example, 
a 12xl2xl6-inch tee will be governed by the dimensions of the 16-inch long body tee (upper 
table), namely, 15 inches center to face of all openings and 30 inches face to face. 

jReducing in run or branch. 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



63 



STANDARD FLANGED FITTINGS 

For 125 Pouads Steam Working Pressure 
CROSSES 



STANDARD 




DIMENSIONS 

r- B 



A U 



REDTjcma 




Fig. 8915A 



Fig. 8915B 



"The 1915 IT. S. Standard" 



only. 



Furnished faced only, unless otherwise ordered. 
Larger sizes made to order. Prices on application. 









Center 


TO Face 




Price, 


Each 




Size 


Diameter 

of 

Flanges 

Inched 


Face 
to Face 
"AA" 
Inched 




Stan 


DARD 


Reducing 


Inches 


"A" 
Standard 


Reducing 


With 
Faced 
Flanges 


With 

Faced and 

Drilled 

Flanges 


With 
Faced 
Flanges 


With 

Faced and 

Drilled 

Flanges 


}¥ 


m 


73^ 


3M 


m 


6.75 


7.95 






W2. 


5 


8 


4 


4 


6.75 


7.95 






2 


6 


•9 


W2 


43^ 


6.75 


7.95 


7.75 


8.95 


W2 


7 


10 


5 


5 


6.95 


8.15 


8.00 


9 20 


3 


7H 


11 


53^ 


53^ 


7.65 


9.05 


8.75 


10.15 


3^ 


w% 


12 


6 


6 


9.00 


10.70 


10.35 


12.05 


4 


9 


13 


63^ 


6^ 


10.00 


12.00 


11.50 


13.50 


43^ 


9M 


14 


7 - 


7 


12.00 


14.00 


13.75 


15 75 


5 


10 


15 


W^ 


W% 


13.75 


15.75 


15.75 


17.75 


6 


11 


16 


8 


8 


16.75 


19.25 


19.25 


21.75 


7 


123^ 


17 


W2 


W% 


23.00 


26.00 


26.50 


29.50 


8 


13}^ 


18 


9 


9 


26.50 


29.75 


30.50 


33 75 


9 


15 


20 


10 


10 


37.50 


42.00 


43.00 


47.50 


10 


16 


22 


11 


11 


42.00 


47.50 


48.00 


53 50 


12 


19 


24 


12 


12 


61.50 


67.50 


71.00 


77.00 


14 


21 


28 


14 


14 


91.00 


98.50 


105.00 


112 50 


15 


22M 


29 


14J^ 


14^ 


103.00 


112.00 


118.00 


127.00 


16 


233^ 


30 


15 


15 


120.00 


130.00 


138.00 


148.00 


18 


25 


33 


163^ 


16^ 


157.00 


169.00 


180.00 


192 00 


20 


273^ 


36 


18 


18 


198.00 


212.00 


228.00 


242.00 


22 


293^^ 


40 


20 


20 


248.00 


266.00 


285.00 


303.00 


24 


32 


44 


22 


22 


310.00 


330.00 


355.00 


375.00 



Reducing crosses made to order 



64 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



STANDARD FLANGED FITTINGS 



For 125 Pounds Steam Working Pressure 



Y BRANCHES 



STANDARD 



DIMENSIONS 



REDUCING 




Fig. 9355A 



Fl^g. 9355B 









The 1915 U. 


S. standard 


>» 








Diameter 

of Flanges 

Inches 


Face to 

Face of 

Run 


Center to 

Face of Run 

or Outlet 

"A" 




Price, 


Each 




Size 


Standard 


*Reducing 


Inches 


With 


With Faced 


With 


With Faced 






Inches 


Inches 


Faced 


and Drilled 


Faced 


and Drilled 










Flanges 


Flanges 


Flanges 


Flanges 


IM 


4J^ 


8 


6M 


6.75 


7.95 






m 


5 


9 


7 


6.75 


7.95 






2 


6 


103^ 


8 


6.75 


7.95 


7.75 


8.95 


2^ 


7 


12 


9J^ 


6.95 


8.15 


8.00 


9.20 


3 


7^ 


13 


10 


7.65 


9.05 


8.75 


10.15 


3^ 


SH 


14>i 


11 J^ 


9.00 


10.70 


10.35 


12.05 


4 


9 


15 


12 


10.00 


12.00 


11.50 


13.50 


4K 


9M 


15J^ 


12K 


12.00 


14.00 


13.75 


15.75 


5 


10 


17 


13}^ 


13.75 


15.75 


15.7^ 


17.75 


6 


11 


18 


141^ 


16.75 


19.25 


19.25 


21.75 


7 


12>^ 


20J^ 


16M 


23.00 


26.00 


26.50 


29.50 


8 


13H 


22 


17J^ 


26.50 


29.75 


30.50 


33.75 


9 


15 


24 


191^ 


37:50 


42.00 


43.00 


47.50 


10 


16 


25Ji 


20}^ 


42.00 


47.50 


48.00 


53.50 


12 


19 


30 


24H 


61.50 


67.50 


71.00 


77.00 


14 


21 


33 


27 


91.00 


98.50 


105.00 ' 


112.50 


15 


22M 


34J^ 


28Ji 


103.00 


112.00 


118.00 


127.00 


16 


23K 


361^ 


30 


120.00 


130.00 


138.00 


148.00 


18 


25 


39 


32 


157.00 


169.00 


180.00 


192.00 


20 


27K 


43 


35 


198.00 


212.00 


228.00 


242.00 


22 


29>^ 


46 


37H 


248.00 


266.00 


285.00 ■ 


303.00 


24 


32 


49^ 


40Ji 


310.00 


330.00 


355.00 


375.00 



Flanged fittings will always be furnished faced only, unless otherwise ordered. 

*Reducing in run or branch. 

Larger sizes made to order. Prices on application. 

Dimensions of reducing Y branches on appUcation. 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



66 



STANDARD FLANGED FITTINGS 

For 125 Pounds Steam Working Pressure 

TAPER REDUCERS 

REGULAR DIMENSIONS ECCENTRIC 





Fig. 9458A 




Fig. 9458B 









"The 1915 U. S. Standard" 










Diameter 

of 
Flanges 
Inches 


Face 

to 

Face 

"A" 

Inches 


Price, Each 


Size 
Inches 


Diameter 

of 

Flanges 

Inches 


Face 

to 

Face 

"A" 

Inches 


Price, Each 


Size 
Inches 


With 
Faced 
Flanges 


With 
Faced 

and 
Drilled 
Flanges 


With 
Faced 
Flanges 


With 
Faced 

and 
Drilled 

Flanges 


3 x2 


73 ^x 6 


6 


6.90 


7.60 


lOx 4 


16 X 9 


12 


38.00 


40.70 


31^x23^ 


83^x 7 


61^ 


8.10 


8.95 


lOx 5 


16 xlO 


12 


38.00 


40.70 


4 x2 


9x6 


7 


9.00 


10.00 


lOx 6 


16 xll 


12 


38.00 


40.70 


i x2i^ 


9 X 7 


7 


9.00 


10.00 


lOx 8 


16 xl3i^ 


12 


38.00 


40.70 


4 x3 


9 X Hi 


7 


9.00 


10.00 


12x 5 


19 xlO 


14 


56.00 


59.00 


5 x2 


10 X 6 


8 


12.50 


13.50 


12x 6 


19 xll 


14 


56.00 


59.00 


5 x2H 


10 X 7 - 


8 


12.50 


13.50 


12x 8 


19 xl33^ 


14 


56.00 


59.00 


5 x3 


10 X 73^ 


8 


12.50 


13.50 


12x10 


19 xl6 


14 


56.00 


59.00 


5 x4 


10 X 9 


8 


12.50 


13.50 


14x 6 


21 xll 


16 


70.00 


73.75 


6 x3 


11 X 73^ 


9 


15.25 


16.55 


14x 8 


21 xl3J^ 


16 


70.00 


73.75 


6 x3>^ 


11 X 81^ 


9 


15.25 


16.55 


14x10 


21 xl6 


16 


70.00 


73.75 


6 x4 


11 X 9 


9 


15.25 


16.55 


14x12 


21 xl9 


16 


70.00 


73.75 


6 x5 


11 xlO 


9 


15.25 


16.55 


15x 8 


22Mxl3>^ 


17 


80.00 


84.50 


7 x3 


12i^x 73^ 


10 


21.00 


22.50 


15x10 


2234x16 


17 


80.00 


84.50 


7 x4 


123^x 9 


10 


21.00 


22.50 


15x12 


22^x19 


17 


80.00 


84.50 


7 x5 


123^x10 


10 


21.00 


22.50 


15x14 


221^x21 


17 


80.00 


84.50 


7 x6 


123^x11 


10 


21.00 


22.50 


16x 8 


23^xl3>^ 


18 


90.00 


95.00 


8 x3 


13i^x 73^ 


11 


24.00 


25.60 


16x10 


233^x16 


18 


90.00 


95.00 


8 x4 


131^ X 9 


11 


24.00 


25.60 


16x12 


233^x19 


18 


90.00 


95.00 


8 x5 


133^x10 


11 


24.00 


25.60 


16x14 


233^x21 


18 


90.00 


95.00 


8 x6 


133^x11 


11 


24.00 


25.60 













Flanged taper reducers as above or of any other dimensions, will be made to order. 
Flanged eccentric taper reducers, prices on application. 



66 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



STANDARD FLANGED FITTINGS 

For 125 Pounds Steam Working Pressure 
LONG RADIUS ELBOW 



DIMENSIONS 



BASE ELBOW 
ROUND FLANGE 




■ 


, B 








^ 


I L-^f 




Fig. 8876A 



Fig. 8876B 



"The 1915 U. S. Standard" 



LONG RADIUS ELBOWS 



BASE ELBOWS 



Size 
Inches 



4 

5 
6 

7 
8 
9 

10 
12 
14 
15 
16 



Center 

to 
Face 
Inches 



9 

14 

15K 

19 

21H 

22M 
21 



Radius 
Inches 



Diam. 

.of 
Flanges 
Inches 



TVs 

m 
m 

im 

12 
13 

UH 
163^ 

1%% 

20 
21M 



With 
Faced 
Flanges 



9 

9^ 
10 
11 

mi 

131^ 
15 

16 
19 
21 

2234 
231^ 



Price, Each 



7.50 
9.25 

10.50 
12.65 
17.50 
20.00 
28.50 
31.50 
46.50 
69.00 
78.00 
91.00 



With 
Faced 
and 
Drilled 
Flanges 



9.00 
10.75 

12.00 
14.60 
19.75 
22.40 
31.85 
35.50 
51.00 
74.50 
84.75 
98.50 



Size 
Inches 



4 

43^ 
, 5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
12 
14 
15 
16 



Center 

to 
Face 
Inches 



Center 
to Face 
of Round 

or 

Square 

Base 

Inches 



63^ 

7 

W2 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
14 

15 



6M 

7 

^i 

10 

101^ 

133^ 

14 

14^ 



Diam. 

of 
*liase 
Flange 
Inches 



Price, Each 



6 

6 

7 

7 

7 

9 

9 

9 

11 

11 

11 

11 



Faced 
Fxcept 

Base 
Flange 



Faced and 
Drilled 

Except 
Base 

Flange 



9.00 
11.00 
12.50 
15.25 

21.00 
24.00 
34.00 
38.00 
56.00 
70.00 
80.00 
90.00 



10.00 
12.00 
13.50 
16.55 
22.50 
25.60 
36.25 
40.70 
59.00 
73.75 
84.50 
95.00 



Facing 
and 

Drill- 
ing 
Base 

Flange 



3.00 
3.00 
3.50 
3.50 
3.50 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
7.50 
7.50 
7.50 
7.50 



ttie same as the 



*The measurement across the flat edge of square base flange 
diameter of the round base flange. 

Long radius elbows of different dimensions from above, made to order at a special price. 
Prices given on flanged base elbows do not inckide facing ordriUing of base flanges. 

BASE TEES 



ili» 



Fig. 8876G 

Base tees made to order. Prices on application. 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



67 



STANDARD FLANGED FITTINGS 

For 125 Pounds Steam Working Pressure 
SINGLE SWEEP TEES 



STANDARD 



DIMENSIONS 



REDucma 




Pig. 8827A 





Fig. 8827B 



'•The 1915 U. S. Standard" 





Diameter 
of 

Flanges 


Face 

to Face 

"AA" 


Center to Face 
Inches 




Price, 


Each 




Size 


Standard 


♦Reducing 


Inches 








With 




With 




Inches 


Inches 


"A" 


"B" 


With 


Faced and 


With 


Faced and 








Standard 


Reducing 


Faced 
Flanges 


Drilled 
Flanges 


Faced 
Flanges 


Drilled 
Flanges 


2 


6 


9 


m 


4Ji 


5.00 


5.90 


5.75 


6.65 


^Vz 


7 


10 


5 


5 


5.25 


6.15 


6.00 


6.90 


3 


I^^ 


11 


^V2 


5J^ 


5.75 


6.85 


6.60 


7.70 


m 


SH 


12 


6 


6 


6.75 


8.00 


7.75 


9.00 


4 


9 


13 


6J^ 


63^ 


7.50 


9.00 


8.65 


10.15 


43^ 


m 


14 


7 


7 


9.25 


10.75 


10.60 


12.10 


5 


10 


15 


W2 


m 


10.50 


12.00 


12.00 


13.50 


6 


11 


16 


8 


8 


12.65 


14.60 


14.50 


16.45 


7 


12H 


17 


m 


W2 


17.50 


19.75 


20.00 


22.25 


8 


13H 


18 


9 


9 


20.00 


22.40 


23.00 


25.40- 


9 


15 


20 


10 


10 


. 28.50 


31.85 


32.75 


36.10 


10 


16 


22 


11 


11 


31.50 


35.50 


36.00 


40.00 


12 


19 


24 


12 


12 


46.50 


51.00 


53.50 


58.00 


14 


21 


28 


14 


14 


69.00 


74.50 


79.00 


84.50 


15 


221^ 


29 


14^ 


14^ 


78.00 


84.75 


90.00 


96.75 


16 


of^ 


30 


15 


15 


91.00 


98.50 


105.00 


112.50 


18 


25 


33 


16J^ 


16J^ 


118.00 


127.00 


135.00 


144.00 


20 


IIV3 


36 


18 


18 


150.00 


160.00 


173.00 


183.00 


22 


W^ 


40 


20 


20 


189.00 


202.00 


217.00 


230.00 


24 


32 


44 


22 


22 


233.00 


248.00 


268.00 


283.00 



Furnished faced only, unless otherwise ordered. 
* Reducing in run or branch. 

Larger sizes made to order. Prices on application. Reducing single sweep tees made 
to order only. Smgle sweep tees with the side openings larger than the run not made. 

Bullheads or tees having outlet larger than the run, will be the same length center to 
face of all openmgs as a tee with all openings of the size of the outlet For example, a 
12xl2xl6-mch tee will be governed by the dimensions of the 16-inch long body tee, namely, 
15 inches center to face of all openings and 30 inches face to face. 



68 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



STANDARD FLANGED FITTINGS 

For 125 Pounds Steam Working Pressure 
DOUBLE SWEEP TEES 



STANDARD 




DIMENSIONS 

-B 



REDUCING 



r 

A 



LA 



Fig. 8833A 



^ 



r 




Fig. 8833B 



"The 1915 U. S. Standard'* 





Diameter 
of 


Face 


Center to Face 
Inches 




PUICE 


Each 




Size 


Stan 


DARD 


*REDt 


IClfJG 


Inciies 


Flanges 


"AA" 






With 


With 


With 


W^ith 




Inciiea 


Inches 


"A" 


"B" 


Faced 


Faced and 




Faced and 








Standard 


Reducing 


Flanges 


Drilled 

Flanges 


Flanges 


Drilled 

Flanges 


2 


6 


9 


4>i 


4J^ 


5.00 


5.90 


5.75 


6.65 


2^ 


7 


10 


5 


5 


5.25 


6.15 


6.00 


6.90 


3 


W2 


11 


5^ 


5J^ 


5.75 


6.85 


6.60 


7.70 


m 


m 


12 


6 


6 


6.75 


8.00 


7.75 


9.00 


4 


9 


13 


6Ji 


6^ 


7.50 


9.00 


8.65 


10.15 


4^ 


m 


14 


7 


7 


9.25 


10.75 


10.60 


12.10 


5 


10 


15 


W2 


m 


10.50 


12.00 


12.00 


13.50 


6 


11 


16 


8 


8 


12.65 


14.60 


14.50 


16.45 


7 


mA 


17 


m 


sy2 


17.50 


19.75 


2©. 00 


22.25 


8 


im 


18 


9 


9 


20.00 


22.40 


23.00 


25.40 


9 


15 


20 


10 


10 


28.50 


31.85 


32.75 


36.10 


10 


16 


22 


11 


11 


' 31.50 


35.50 


36.00 


40.00 


12 


19 


24 


12 


12 


46.50 


51.00 


53.50 


58.00 


14 


21 


28 


14 


14 


69.00 


74.50 


79.00 


84.50 


15 


22M 


29 


14^ 


14H 


78.00 


84.75 


90.00 


96.75 


16 


23J^ 


30 


15 


15 


91.00 


98.50 


105.00 


112.50 


18 


25 


33 


IQH 


16J^ 


118.00 


127.00 


135.00 


144.00 


20 


27J^ 


36 


18 


18 


150.00 


160.00 


173.00 


183.00 


22 


29J^ 


40 


20 


20 


189.00 


202.00 


217.00 


230,00 


24 


32 


44 


22 


22 


233.00 


248.00 


268.00 


283.00 



Furnished faced only, unless otherwise ordered. 

*Eeducing in branch only. 

Double sweep tees are not made reducing on the run. Should such tees, however, 
be wanted, we will alter patterns (which will be expensive) and charge at a special price. 
We can only increase branch (outlet) within a reasonable limit, which must be regulated 
by our patterns. 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



69 



STANDARD COMPANION FLANGES 

For 125 Pounds Steam Working Pressure 
BACK VIEW, SHOWING HUB SMOOTH FACE 





Fig. 606A 



Fig. 606B 



BLIND FLANGE 
16-INCH AND SMALLER 




Fig. 606C 



"The 1915 TJ. S. Standard" 





Cast 


Iron 


Malleable Iron 


Steel 


Forged Steel 


Blind Flanges 


Size 


Price, 


Each 


Price, 


Each 


Price, 


Each 


Price, Each 


Price, 


Each 


Inches 




Faced 




Faced 




Faced 




Faced 




Faced 




Faced 


and 
Drilled 


Faced 


and 
Drilled 


Faced 


and 
Drilled 


Faced 


and 
Drilled 


Faced 


and 
Drilled 


1x4 


.55 


.80 


1.10 


1.60 


.70 


1.00 











IMx 4M 


.60 


.85 


1.20 


1.70 


.75 


1.05 











IKx 5 


.65 


.90 


1.30 


1.80 


.80 


1.10 










2x6 


.75 


1.00 


1.50 


2.00 


.95 


1.25 


10.40 


11.00 


1.15 


1.40 


2Hx 7 


.85 


r.io 


1.70 


2.20 


1.05 


1.35 


11.80 


13.00 


1.30 


1.55 


3 X 7K 


.95 


1.25 


1.90 


2.50 


1.20 


1.55 


13.70 


15.00 


1.40 


1.70 


3^x Sli 


1.20 


1.55 


2.40 


3.10 


1.50 


1.95 


17.60 


19.00 


1.80 


2.15 


4x9 


1.35 


1.80 


2.70 


3.60 


1.70 


2.25 


18.30 


20.00 


2.00 


2.45 


4Hx 9M 


1.45 


1.90 


2.90 


3.80 


1.80 


2.35 


20.30 


22.00 


2.20 


2.65 


5 xlO 


1.60 


2.05 


3.20 


4.10 


2.00 


2.55 


22.30 


24.00 


2.40 


2.85 


6 xll 


2.00 


2.50 


4.00 


5.00 


2.50 


3.10 


25.40 


27.00 


3.00 


3.50 


7 xl2H 


2.65 


3.25 


5.30 


6.50 


3.30 


4.05 


27.20 


32.00 


4.00 


4.60 


8 xl3ii^ 


3.10 


3.80 


6.20 


7.60 


3.90 


4.75 


32.00 


35.00 


4,60 


5.30 


9 xl5 


3.85 


4.65 


7.70 


9.30 


4.80 


5.80 


37.00 


40.00 


5.75 


6.55 


10 xl6 


4.50 


5.50 


9.00 


11.00 


5.65 


6.85 


45.00 


48.00 


6.75 


7.75 


12 xl9 


6.50 


7.65 


13.00 


15.30 


8.15 


9.55 


56.00 


60.00 


9.75 


10.90 


14 x21 


9.00 


10,35 


18.00 


20.70 


11.25 


13.00 


75.50 


80.00 


13.50 


14.85 


15 x21 


11.50 


13.20 


23.00 


26.40 


14.50 


16.50 






17.00 


18.70 


15 x2234 


11.50 


13.20 


23.00 


26.40 


14.50 


16.50 








17.00 


18.70 


16 x23i^ 
18 x25 


13.50 
16.00 


15.30 
18.00 


27.00 
32.00 


30 60 


17 00 


19 00 








20.00 


21.80 


36.00 


20.00 


22.50 








24,00 


26.00 


20 x27i^ 


19.00 


21.50 


38.00 


43.00 


24.00 


27.00 








28.00 


30.50 


22 x29K 


22.00 


25.00 


44.00 


50.00 


27.50 


31.00 








33.00 


36.00 


24 x32 


27.00 


30.50 


54.00 


61,00 


34.00 


38.00 








40.00 


43.50 



~! 



70 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



STANDARD REDUCING COMPANION FLANGES 

WITH RIBS 

FOR STANDARD FLANGED VALVES AND FITTINGS 
For 125 Pounds Steam Working Pressure 




Prices on Eccentric Flanges 
Double List Given Below 



Fig. 9487A 



These flanges, used in connection with straight or reducing fittings, enable us to fill 
orders for reduced sizes more promptly. Customers who desire fittings reduced in this 
manner will please specify "Reduce by Flanges if Necessary/' 

They will always be of the same thickness as the regular companion flanges of 
corresponding outside diameter, and drilled to the template corresponding to the outside 
diameter, unless otherwise ordered. 

In ordering reducing companion flanges, always give the screwed or reduced size 
first, then the outside diameter of flange wanted; for instance, if a reducing flange is 
wanted to connect a 6-inch pipe to a 9-inch flanged valve or fitting having a 15-inch 
O. D. flange, order a 6xl5-inch reducing flange. This will clearly avoid the confusion 
often caused by orders incorrectly calling for a 9xG or 6x9-inch flange. 

"The 1915 tl. S. Standard" 





PEICB, 


Kach 


I 


Size 

Tches 


Price 


, Each 


Size 
Inches 


Price 


Each 


Size 
Inches 


Faced 


Faced 
and 


Faced 


Faced 
and 


Faced 


Faced 
and 






Drilled 








Drilled 






Drilled 


13^^x 7 


1.45 


1.70 


4 


xl2U 


4.40 


5.00 


9x21 


15.00 


16.35 


2x7 


1.45 


1.70 


4>^xl2>^ 


4.40 


5.00 


10x21 


15.00 


16.35 


i^x HA 


1.55 


1.85 


5 


xl23^ 


4.40 


5.00 


12x21 


15.00 


16.35 


2 X lA 


1.55 


1.85 


6 


xl2^ 


4.40 


5.00 


8x221:^ 


19.00 


20.70 


23^ X 7^ 


1.55 


1.85 


2 


xl33^ 


5.10 


5.80 


10x22^4^ 


19.00 


20.70 


2 X 81^ 


2.00 


2.35 


2.1^x133^ 


5.10 


5.80 


12x224 


19.00 


20.70 


23^ X 81^ 


2.00 


2.35 


3 


xlSi^ 


5.10 


5.80 


14x224 


19.00 


20.70 


3 X ^A 


2.00 


2.35 


4 


xis}4 


5.10 


5.80 


10x231.^ 


22.00 


23.80 


2x9 


2.20 


2.65 


5 


xl3i^ 


5.10 


5.80 


12x231^ 


22.00 


23.80 


23^x 9 


2.20 


2.65 


6 


xl3H 


5.10 


5.80 


14x231.^ 


22.00 


23.80 


3x9 


2.20 


2.65 


7 


xmi 


5.10 


5.80 


15x233^ 


^22.00 


23.80 


31^ X 9 


2.20 


2.65 


6 


xl5 


6.35 


7.15 


12x25 


26.50 


28.50 


2^x 914 


2.40 


2.85 


7 


xl5 


6.35 


7.15 


14x25 


26.50 


28.50 


3 x 9M 


2.40 


2.85 


8 


xl5 


6.35- 


7.15 


15x25 


26.50 


28.50 


31^ x 9M 


2.40 


2.85 


23^x16 


7.45 


8.45 


16x25 


26.50 


28.50 


4 X 9M 


2.40 


2.85 


3 


xl6 


7.45 


8.45 


14x271^ 


31.00 


33.50 


2 xlO 


2.65 


3.10 


33^x16 


7.45 


8.45 


15x273/^ 


31.00 


33.50 


23^x10 


2.65 


3.10 


4 


xl6 


7.45 


8.45 


16x273^ 


31.00 


33.50 


3 xlO 


2.65 


3.10 


5 


xl6 


7.45 


8.45 


18x273/^ 


31.00 


33.50 


3^^x10 


2.65 


3.10 


6 


xl6 


7.45 


8.45 


15x291/^ 


36.00 


39.00 


4 xlO 


2.65 


3.10 


7 


xl6 


7.45 


8.45 


16x29}^ 


36.00 


39.00 


4J^xlO 


2.65 


3.10 


8 


xl6 


7.45 


8.45 


18 X 293^ 


36.00 


39.00 


2 xll 


3.30 


3.80 


9 


xl6 


7.45 


8.45 


20x291^ 


36,00 


39.00 


21^x11 


3.30 


3.80 


6 


xl9 


10.75 


11.90 


14 X 32 


44.00 


47.50 


3 xll 


3.30 


3.80 


• 7 


xl9 


10.75 


11.90 


16 X 32 


44.00 


47.50 


3^x11 


3.30 


3.80 


8 


xl9 


10.75 


11.90 


18 X 32 


44.00 


47.50 


4 xll 


3.30 


3.80 


9 


xl9 


10.75 


11.90 


20x32 


44.00 


47.50 


41^x11 


3.30 


3.80 


10 


xl9 


10.75 


11.90 








5 xll 


3.30 


3.80 


8 


x21 


15.00 


16.35 









Furnished smooth faced and not drilled, unless otherwise specified. 



Jii 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



71 



TEMPLATES FOR DRILLING 

STANDARD AND LOW PRESSURE FLANGED 

VALVES AND FITTINGS 



SIZES 34-iiMCH TO 48-INCH. INCLUSIVE 

These drilling templates are in multiples of four, so that 
fittings may be made to face in any quarter, and bolt holes 
straddle the center line. They can be drilled to any other 
template, if so desired. 

Bolt holes are drilled 3^ inch larger than nominal 
diameter of bolts, except that brass valves and fittings, 6-inch 
and smaller, have holes X% inch larger than the bolts. 




Fig'. 6 48 A* 







"The 1915 U. S. Standard" 








Diameter 


Thickness 


Bolt 


Number 


Size 


Bolt 


8ize 
Inches 


of 
Flanges 
Inches 


of 
Flanges 
Inches 


Circle 
Inches 


of 
Bolts 


of 
Bolts 
Inches 


Lengths 
Inches 


„- '^ 


ol-2 


Ji 


W2 


4 


y% 


^■H 


1 


4 


y» 


3 


4 


Kq 


W2 


}¥ 


fA 


Vi 


35^ 


4 


% 


W2 


IH 


5 


% 


3% 


4 


¥2 


lU 


2 


6 


% 


4^ 


4 


% 


2 


V4 


7 


% 


^A, 


4 


% 


2M 


o 


m 


M 


6 


4 


Y% 


^2 


81.; 


W2 


% 


7 


4 


% 


W2 


i 


9 


% 


7^ 


8 


% 


2% 


41-; 


9M 


% 


7M 


8 


M 


3 


5 


^? 


% 


^2 


8 


M 


3 


6 


11 


1 


^A 


8 


M 


3 


7 


^W2 


1>«6 


103^ 


8 


A 


3 


8 


^4 


1>^ 


IIM 


8 


% 


3M 


9 


15 


13^ 


13M 


12 


H 


m 


10 


16 


IM 


14M 


12 


% 


33^ 


12 


19 


IM 


17 


12 


% 


3M 


14 


21 


Ws 


18M 


12 


1 


414 


15 


22M 


Ws 


20 


16 


1 


^H 


16 


23>^ 


m 


21M 


16 


1 


4M 


18 


25 


1% 


22M 


16 


w% 


4M 


20 


mi 


w% 


25 


20 


Ws 


5 


22 


29>^ 


1% 


27M 


20 


^K 


^H 


24 


32 


m 


293^ 


20 


m 


^H 


26 


w. 


2 


31M 


24 


IM 


b% 


28 


361^ 


w^ 


34 


28 


iM 


6 


30 


38^ 


2J^ 


36 


28 


Wb 


6M 


32 


T6 


2M 


381^ 


28 


W2 


63^ 


34 


433^ 


2?16 


401^ 


32 


V/2 


Q'A 


36 


46 


2^ 


mi 


32 


1^ 


7 


38 


483/i 


2% 


45M 


32 


W^ 


7 


40 


50^ 


21^ 


47M 


36 


m 


7 


42 


53 


2^ 


493^ 


36 


Ws 


7^ 


44 


55M 


2J^ 


51M 


40 


Ws 


7^ 


46 


57M 


2« 


53M 


40 


w% 


'7^ 


48 


59^ 


2% 


56 


44 


IVs 


8 



72 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO- 



STANDARD 
CAST IRON REDUCING FLANGED FITTINGS 

LIST OF SIZES CARRIED I IM STOCK 
REDUCING FLANGED TEES 



23^x21/^x2 
2^x21^x13^ 
2^x2 xiy2 



3 
3 

3 
3 
3 

3 

3 

3 

.3 



x3 x23^ 
x3 x2 
x3 xl3^ 
x3 xl34 
x2i^x3 

x23^x2K 
x2>^x2 
x2 x2i^ 
x2 x3 



21^x23^x3 

33^x33^x3 
3Hx3i^x2J^ 
33^x31^x2 
33^x21^x23^ 



x4 x33^ 
x4 x3 



x4 
x4 
x4 
x4 



x2i^ 
x2 

xli/^ 

xiM 



x33^x4 
x3 x4 

x2i^x4 
x2 x4 
x3 x3 
x3 x2i^ 
x3 x2 
x2i^x3 
x2i^x23^ 
x2 x2 
x3 x4 



41^x43^x4 
43^x43^x3 



5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 



x5 
x5 

x5 



x4 

x33^ 
x3 



x5 x23^ 

x5 x2 

x5 xl3/^ 

x5 xli^ 

x4 x5 

x3 x5 
X 23^x5 

x2 x5 

x4 x4 



5x4 x3 

5x4 x23^ 

5x4 x2 
5x33^x4 

5x3 x33/^ 

5x3 x3 

4x4 x5 



6x6 
6x6 
6x6 
6x6 
6x6 
6x6 
6x6 
6x6 
6x5 
6x4 
6x3 



x5 

x4H 

x4 

x33^ 

x3 

x23^ 

x2 

xl3^ 

x6 

x6 

x6 



6x23^x6 
6x2 x6 



6x5 
6x5 
6x5 
6x5 
6x4 
6x4 
6x4 
6x4 
5x5 
5x4 
4x4 

7x7 
7x7 
7x7 
7x7 
7x7 
7x7 
7x7 
7x6 
7x5 
7x4 
7x3 
7x6 
7x6 
6x6 
5x5 

8x8 
8x8 
8x8 
8x8 
8x8 



x5 
x4 
x3 

x5 

x4 

x3 

x2i^ 

x6 

x6 

x6 

x6 

x5 

x4 

xo3^ 

x3 

x23^ 

x2 

x7 

x7 

x7 

x7 

x6 

x5 

x7 

x7 

x7 

x6 
x5 
x4i^ 
x4 



8x 8 


X 31^ 


8x 8 


X 3 


8x 8 


X m, 


8x 8 


X 2 


8x 7 


X 8 


8x 6 


X 8 


8x 5 


X 8 


8x 4 


X 8 


8x 31/ 


^x 8 


8x 3 


X 8 


8x 7 


X 7 


8x 7 


X 6 


8x 7 


X 5 


8x 7 


X 4 


8x 6 


X 6 


8x 6 


X 5 


8x 6 


X 4 


8x 6 


X 3 


8x 5 


X 7 


8x 5 


X 6 


8x 5 


X 5 


8x 4 


X 6 


8x 4 


X 4 


7x 7 


X 8 


6x 6 


X 8 


5x 5 


X 8 


9x 9 


X 8 


9x 9 


X 7 


9x 9 


X 6 


9x 9 


X 5 


9x 9 


X 4 


9x 9 


X 3 


9x 9 


X 2H 


9x 6 


X 6 


10 X 10 


X 9 


10x10 


X 8 


IfiVlO 


X 7 


10x10 


X 6 


10x10 


X 5 


10x10 


X 43^ 


10x10 


X 4 


10 X 10 


X 3H 


10 X 10 


X 3 


10x10 


X 2H 


10x10 


X 2 


10 x 8 


xlO 


lOx 7 


xlO 


10 X 6 


xlO 


10 X 5 


xlO 


10 X 4 


xlO 


10 X 3 


xlO 


10 X 8 


X 8 



10 x 


8x 


7 


10 X 


8x 


6 


10 X 


8x 


5 


10 X 


8x 


4 


10 X 


7x 


7 


10 X 


6x 


8 


10 X 


6x 


6 


8x 


8x 


10 


8x 


6x 


10 


6x 


6x 


10 


12 X 


12 X 


10 


12 X 


12 X 


9 


12 X 


12 X 


8 


12 X 


12 X 


7 


12 X 


12 X 


6 


12 X 


12 X 


5 


12 X 


12 X 


m 


12 X 


12 X 


4 


12 X 


12 X 


ij 


12 X 


12 X 


2 


:2x 


10 X 


12 


12 X 


8x 


12 


12 X 


6x 


12 


12 X 


4x 


12 


12 X 


10 x 


10 


12 X 


lOx 


8 


12 X 


10 X 


6 


12 X 


8x 


10 


12 X 


8x 


8 


12 X 


8x 


6 


12 X 


6x 


8 


10 X 


10 X 


12 


8x 


8x 


12 


14 X 


14 X 


12 


14 X 


Ux 


10 


14 X 


14 x 


8 


14 X 


14 X 


7 


14 X 


14 X 


6 


14 X 


14 X 


5 


14 X 


12x 


14 


14x 


12 X 


12 


14 X 


10 X 


10 


10 x 


10 X 


14 


16 X 


16 X 


14 


16 X 


10 X 


12 


16 X 


16 X 


10 


16 X 


IGx 


8 


16 X 


16 X 


7 


16 X 


16 X 


6 


16 X 


12 X 


12 


12 X 


12 X 


16 



Continued on next page. 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



73 



STANDARD CAST IRON FLANGED FITTINGS 





REDUCING SINGLE SWEEP FLANGED TEES 


6x6x5 
6x6x4 
6x6x3 




6 X 6 X 23^ 

8x8x6 

8x8x5 


8x8x3 
8x6x6 
8x6x4 


10 X 10 X 6 
10 X 8x8 
10 X 6x6 



REDUCING DOUBLE SWEEP FLANGED TEES 



4x4x2 
6x6x5 



6x6x3 
8x8x6 



10x10x6 
10 X 10 X 5 



10 X 10 X 4 





REDUCING FLANGED CROSSES 




4x4x3x3 

5x5x4x4 

5x5x3x3 

5 X 5 X 2y2 X 2H 


6x6x5x5 - 

. 6x6x4x4 
6x6x3x3 

8x8x6x6 


8x8x5x5 
8x8x4x4 
8x8x3x3 

8x6x6x6 


8x 6x8x6 
10x10x8x8 
10x10x6x6 

10 X 10 x 5 x 5 



REDUCING FLANGED LATERALS 



4x4x2J^ 

6x6x4 
6x6x3 

6x6x21^ 




10x10x6 

10 X 8x8 



These sizes, as listed above and on opposite page, with special reducing companion 
flanges, enable us to furnish about every variety of fittings required, except special 
angles, ofi'sets, etc. 

Reducing ribbed flanges are carried in stock, as per table on page 70. These flanges 
will always be the same thickness as the regular companion flanges of corresponding 
outside diameter. 

The flanges are always drilled to the template corresponding to the outside diameter, 
unless otherwise ordered. 

Customers who desire fittings reduced in this manner will please specify "Reduce 
BY Flanges if nect^Jssary." 

Reducing flanged single and double sweep tees, crosses and laterals are made to 
order only. 

PRICES OF SIZES NOT CARRIED IN STOCK 

Sizes not covered in the list of sizes carried in stock, as given above and on opposite 
page, will be considered special, and made to order at the following advance in prices, 
according to the quantity of a size ordered at one time, viz.: 



Add to the Regular List Prices of Reducing Flanged Fittings 
the Percentage Advances Given Below 




Size 


One 
Piece 


Two 
Pieces 


Three 
Pieces 


Four 
Pieces 


Five 
Pieces 


Six 
or More 


31^-inch and Smaller 
4 to 8-inch 

9 " 10 " 


100% 
50% 

25% 


80% 
40% 
20% 


60% 
30% 
15% 


40% 
20% 
10% 


20% 
10% 

5% 


No Advance 



Sizes 12-inch and larger, will be made to order in quantities of one or more of a 
size, at the regular list and discount. 

Single sweep tees are not made with side openings larger than the run. 

Double sweep tees are not made reducing on the run. Should such tees, however, 
be wan ted, patterns can be altered (which will be expensive) and charged at a special price. 

On double sweep tees, branch (outlet) can only be increased within a reasonable 
limit, which must be regulated by patterns the manufacturers have. 

Furnished faced only, unless otherwise ordered. 

General dimensions and templates for drUling, page 71. 



74 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



EXTRA HEAVY FLANGED FITTINGS 



For 250 Pounds Steam Working Pressure 



ELBOWS 



STANDARD 



DIMENSIONS 



45« 



DIMENSIONS 




Fig. 9510A 



Fig. 9510B 



"The 1915 U. S. Standard" 





Diameter 

of 
Flanges 


Center to Face 
Inches 




Price 


, Kach 




Size 


Standard 


45^ 


Inches 






With 


With 


With 


With 




Inches 


"A" 


"D" 


Faced 


Faced and 




Faced and 






Standard 


45° 


Flanges 


Drilled 
Flanges 


Flanges 


Drilled 
Flanges 


1^ 


5 


414 


2^ 


4.50 


5.40 


5.00 


5.90 


IH 


6 


4J^ 


2% 


4.50 


5.40 


5.00 


5.90 


2 


QH 


5 


3 


4.50 


5.40 


5.00 


5 90 


2}^ 


73^ 


^Vz 


3J^ 


4.75 


5.65 


5.25 


6.15 


3 


m 


6 


3J^ 


5.15 


6.25 


5.65 


6.75 


3^ 


9 


GVi 


4 


6.10 


7.35 


6.75 


8.00 


4 


10 


7 


4K 


6.75 


8.25 


7.50_ ' 


9.00 


4}^ 


im 


7M 


4M 


8.25 


9.75 


9.00 


10.50 


5 


11 


8 


5 


9.35 


10.85 


10.35 


11.85 


6 


12J^ 


8i/$ 


5>^ 


11.40 , 


13.40 


12.50 


14.50 


7 


14 


9 


6 


15.75 


18.00 


16.50 


18.75 


8 


15 


10 


6 


18.00 


20.50 


19.00 


21.50 


9 


16M 


lOJ^ 


GV2 


25.50 


28.85 


26.75 


- 30.10 


10 


IIH 


IIJ^ 


7 


28.50 


32.50 


30.00 


34.00 


12 


2oy2 


13 


8 


42.00 


46.50 


44.00 


48.50 


14 


23 


15 


8J^ 


62.00 


67.50 


62.00 


67.50 


15 


^^H 


15>^ 


9 


70.00 


77.00 


70.00 


77.00 


16 


^^^ 


16J^ 


W2 


82.00 


90.00 


82.00 


90.00 


18 


28 


18 


10 


106.00 


115.00 


106.00 


' 115.00 


20 


^2^ 


19J^ 


103^ 


135.00 


145.00 


135.00 


145.00 


22 


33 


wy2 


11 


170.00 


183.00 


170.00 


183.00 


24 


36 


22y2 


12 


210.00 


225.00 


210.00 


225.00 



Furnished faced only, unless otherwise ordered. 
Larger sizes made to order. Prices on appHcation. 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



75 



EXTRA HEAVY FLANGED FITTINGS 



For 250 Pounds Working Pressure 



REDUCING TAPER ELBOWS 



DIMENSIONS 







Fig. 


9532A 




















"The 1915 U 


S. Standard" 








Diameter 

of Flanges 

Inches 


Center 
to Face 

"A" 
Inches 


Price, Each | 


Size 
Inches 


Diameter 

of Flanges 

Inches 


Center 
to Face 

"A" 
Inches 


Pbice, Each 


Size 
Inches 


With 
Faced 
Flanges 


With 
Faced 

and 
Drilled 


With 
Faced 
Flanges 


With 
Faced 

and 
Drilled 










Flanges 










Flanges 


2 xlM 


63^x 5 


5 


9.00 


9.90 


7x 5 


14 xll 


9 


31.50 33.75 


2 xl3^ 


ej^x 6 


5 


9.00 


9.90 


7x 6 


14 xVlYi 


9 


31.50 33.75 


2KxlJ^ 


7Hx6 


5H 


9.50 


10.40 


8x 4 


15 xlO 


10 


36.00 1 38.50 


2Hx2 


TKx en 


5^ 


9.50 


10.40 


8x 5 


15 xll 


10 


36.00 38.50 


3 xUA 


8}ix 6 


6 


10.25 


11.35 


8x 6 


15 xl23^ 


10 


36.00 1 38.50 


3 x2 


8Mx 6H 


6 


10,25 


11.35 


8x 7 


15 xl4 


10 


36,00 1 38.50 


3 x2yi 


8Mx 73^ 


6 


10.25 


11.35 


lOx 5 


173^x11 


113^ 


57.00 61.00 


3^x2 


9x6^ 


6H 


12.25 


13.50 


lOx 6 


17^x123^ 


ii>^ 


57.00! 6100 


33^x21^ 


9 x7H 


6H 


12.25 


13.50 


lOx 8 


173^x15 


113^ 


57.00 


61.00 


33^x3 


9 x8M 


6^ 


12.25 


13.50 


12x 7 


201^x14 


13 


84.00 


88.50 


4 x2 


10 X 61^ 


7 


13.50 


15.00 


12x 8 


203^x15 


13 


81.00 


88.50 


4 x2i^ 


10 x 71^ 


7 


13.50 


15.00 


12x 9 


203^x16^ 


13 


84.00 


88.50 


4 x3 


10 X 8H 


7 


13.50 


15.00 


12x10 


203^x17^ 


13 


84.00 


88.50 


4 x3y2 


10 X 9 


7 


13.50 


15.00 


14x 6 


23 xl23^ 


15 


105.00 


110.50 


5 x2^ 


11 X 73^ 


8 


18.75 


20.25 


14x10 


23 xl73^ 


15 


105.00 


110.50 


5 x3 


11 X Sli 


8 


18.75 


20.25 


14x12 


23 x203^ 


15 


105.00 


110.50 


5 x4 


11 xlO 


8 


18.75 


20.25 


15x 6 


243^x123^ 


15>^ 


120.00 


127.00 


6 x3 


123^x 8U 


m 


22.75 


24.75 


15x10 


243^x173^ 


^W2 


120.00 


127.00 


6 x3i^ 


123^x 9 


m 


22.75 


24.75 


15x12 


243^x203/^ 


151^ 


120.00 


127.00 


6 x4 


123^x10 


m 


22.75 


24.75 


16x 8 


253^x15 


161^ 


135.00 


143.00 


6 x43^ 


123^x103^ 


^Vi 


22.75 


24.75 


16x10 


253^x17}^ 


16}^ 


135.00 


143.00 


6 x5 


123^x11 


Wz 


22.75 


24.75 


16x12 


253^x20}^ 


16J^ 


135.00 


143.00 


7 x4 


14 xlO 


9 


31.50 


33.75 


16x14 


25^x23 


^W2 


135.00 


143.00 



I 



76 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



EXTRA HEAVY FLANGED FITTINGS 

For 250 Pounds Steam Working Pressure 
TEES 
STANDARD DIMENSIONS 




L 



r 



REDUCING 




Fig. 9570A 



Fig. 9570B 









"The 1915 U. S. Standard" 














Centeb 


TO Face 




Peice 


Pach 




Size 


Diameter 

of 
Flanges 


Face 

to Face 

•*AA" 


Inches 


Standard 


*Redttcing 


Inches 






With 


With 


With 


With 




Inches 


Inches 


**A" 


"B" 


Faced 


Faced and 


Faced 


Faced and 








Standard 


Reducing 


Flanges 


Drilled 
Flanges 


Flanges 


Drilled 

Flanges 


IM 


5 


SH 


4M 


4M 


6.50 


7.85 






ni 


6 


9 


4Ji 


4J^ 


6.50 


7.85 


7.50 


8.85 


2 


6^ 


10 


5 


5 


6.50 


7.85 


7.50 


8.85 


m 


7>^ 


11 


5J^ 


51^ 


6,90 


8.25 


8.00 


9.35 


3 


BH 


12 


6 


6 


7.50 


9.15 


8.60 


10.25 


SVz 


9 


13 


6>^ 


6H 


8.90 


10.80 


10.25 


12.15 


4 


10 


14 


7 


7 


9.75 


12.00 


11.25 


33.50 


m 


io>i 


15 


VA 


7J^ 


12.00 


14.25 


13.75 


16.00 


5 


11 


16 


8 


8 


13.50 


15.75 


15.50 


17.75 


6 


12 Ji 


17 


SA 


8J^ 


16.50 


19.50 


19.00 


22.00 


7 


14 


18 


9 


9 


23.00 


26.35 


26.50 


29.85 


8 


15 


20 


10 


10 


26.00 


29.75 


30.0© 


33.75 


9 


16M 


21 


WA 


lOJ^ 


37.00 


42.00 


42.50 


47.50 


10 


17J^ 


23 


rVA 


11 J^ 


41,50 


47.50 


47.75 


53.75 


12 


^OH 


26 


13 


13 


61.00 


67.75 


70.00 


76.75 


14 


23 


30 


15 


15 


90.00 


98.25 


103.50 


111.75 


15 


24K 


31 


15J^ 


15^ 


102.00 


112.00 


117.00 


127.00 


16 


25J^ 


33 


16^ 


16Ji 


119.00 


131.00 


137.00 


149.00 


18 


28 


36 


18 


18 


154.00 


168.00 


177.00' 


191.00 


20 


301^ 


39 


19J^ 


19}^ 


195.00 


210.00 


225.00 


240.00 


22 


33 


41 


20J^ 


20^ 


247.00 


267.00 


285.00 


305.00 


24 


36 


45 


22Ji 


22^ 


305.00 


328.00 


350.00 


373.00 



Furnished faced only, unless otherwise ordered. 

*Ileducing in run or branch. 

Larger sizes made to order. Prices on application. 

Bullheads or tees having outlet larger than the run will be the same length center to 
face of all openings as a tee with aU openings of the size of the outlet. For example, a 
12xl2xl8-inch tee will be governed by the dimensions of the 18-inch long body tee, namely, 
18 inches center to face of all openings, and 36 inches face to face. 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



77 



EXTRA HEAVY FLANGED FITTINGS 



For 250 Pounds Steam Working Pressure 



STANDARD 



CROSSES 



DIMENSIONS 



REDUCma 




A n 



B 



^ 



A LI 



tu 




Fig. 957 3 A 



Fig. 9573B 



"The 1915 U. S. Standard" 






Diameter 

of 
Flanges 
Inches 


Face 

to Face 

"AA" 

Inches 


CJenter 


Trv V & nm 


Price, Each 




Inches 


Standard I 


Reducing 


Inches 


"A" 
Standard 


Reducing 


With 
Faced 
Flanges 


With 

Faced and 

Drilled 

Flanges 


With 

Faced 

Flanges 


With 

Faced and 

Drilled 

Flanges 


I'A 
2 

2>^ 
3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 
12 
14 
15 
16 
18 
20 
22 
24 


5 
6 

6^ 
7H 
8M 
9 
10 

11 

im 

14 
15 
16M 

20}^ 
23 

24y2 

25M 

28 

303^ 

33 

36 


83^ 

9 
10 
•11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
20 
21 
23 
26 
30 
31 
33 
36 
39 
41 
45 


4^ 

43^ 

5 

5>i 

6 

6V2 

7 

7J^ 
8 

sy2 

9 

10 

11^ 

13 

15 

153^ 

16H 

18 

19^ 

20^ 

221^ 


414 
4^ 
5 

6 

6^ 

7 

7H 
8 

9 

10 
lOH 

11^ 

13 
15 

151^ 

16^ 

18 

19^ 

20^ 

221^ 


10.00 

10.00 

10.00 

10.50 

11.50 

13.50 

15.00 

18.00 

20.50 

25.00 

35.00 

40.00 

56.00 

63.00 

92.00 

136.00 

155.00 

180.00 

235.00 

300.00 

375.00 

465.00 


11.80 

11.80 

11.80 

12.30 

13.75 

16.00 

18.00 

21.00 

23.50 

29.00 

39.50 

45.00 

62.75 

71.00 

101.00 

147.00 

169.00 

196.00 

253.00 

320.00 

401.00 

495.00 


*ii*56 
12.00 

13.25 

15.50 

17.00 

21.00 

23.50 

29.00 

40.00 

46.00 

65.00 

72.00 

106.00 

158.00 

177.00 

207.00 

270.00 

345.00 

430.00 

535.00 


'is'. 30 

13.80 

15.50 

18.00 

20.00 

24.00 

26.50 

33.00 

44.50 

51.00 

71.75 

80.00 

115.00 

169.00 

191.00 

223.00 

288.00 

365.00 

456.00 

565.00 



Furnished faced only, unless otherwise ordered. 

These fittings can also be furnished faced as follows: Corrugated, male, female, tongued 
and grooved. 

Reducing crosses made to order only. 



78 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



EXTRA HEAVY FLANGED FITTINGS 

For 250 Pounds Steam Working Pressure 

Y BRANCHES 

STANDARD REDITCING 

DIMENSIONS 




Fig. 9577A 



Fig. 9577B 







€t 


The 1915 U. 


S. standard 


>> 








Diameter 

of 

Flanges 


Face to 

Face of 

Run 


Center to 

Face of Run 

or Outlet 




Price 


, Each 




Size 


Standard 


♦Reducing 


Inches 


With 
Faced 
Flanges 


With 




With 




Inches 


Inches 


Inches 


Faced and 
Drilled 
Flanges 


With 
Faced 
Flanges 


Faced and 
Drilled 
Flanges 


2 


63^ 


113^ 


9 


10.00 


11.80 


11.50 


13.30 


■ "m 


W2 


13 


lOK 


10.50 


12.30 


12.00 


13.80 


3 


m 


14 


11 


11.50 


13.75 


13.25 


15.50 


W2 


9 


153^ 


123^ 


13.50 


16.00 


15.50 


18.00 


4 


10 


163^ 


im 


15.00 


18.00 


17.00 


20 00 


W2 


WA 


18 


143^ 


18.00 


21.00 


21.00 


24.00 


5 


11 


18H 


15 


20.50 


23.50 


23.50 


26.50 


6 


12}^ 


21J^ 


17J^ 


25.00 


29.00 


29.00 


33.00 


7 


14 


23K 


19 


35.00 


39.50 


40.00* 


44.50 


8 


15 


25J^ 


20^ 


40.00 


45.00 


46.00 


51.00 


9 


161^ 


27}^ 


223^ 


56.00 


62.75 


65.00 


71.75 


10 


17H 


291^ 


24 


63.00 


71.00 


72.00 


80.00 


12 


201^ 


ssy^ 


27Ji 


92.60 


101.00 


106.00 


115.00 


14 


23 


sm 


31 


136.00 


147.00 


158.00 


169.00 


15 


2iy2 


39^ 


33 


155.00 


169.00 


177.00 


191.00 


16 


25K 


42 


34^ 


180.00 


196.00 


207.00 


223.00 


18 


28 


45^ 


37}^ 


235.00 


253.00 


270.00 


288.00 


20 


30K 


49 


403^ 


300.00 


320.00 


345.00 


365.00 


22 


33 


53 


4m 


375.00 


401.00 


430.00 


456.00 


24 


36 


57K 


mi 


465.00 


495.00 


535.00 


565.00 



Furnished faced only, unless otherwise ordered. 
*Reducing in run or branch. 

These fittings can also be furnished faced as follows: Corrugated, male, female, 
tongued and grooved. 

Dimensions of reducing Y branches on application. 



ddi 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



79 



EXTRA HEAVY FLANGED FITTINGS 

For 250 Pounds Steam Working Pressure 

TAPER REDUCERS 

REGULAR DIMENSIONS ECCENTRIC 

A 






Fig. 9578A 



"The 1915 U. S. Standard" 



Fig. 9578B 





Fac{^ 

to 

l^aee 

"A" 

Inches 


Diameter 

of 
Flanges 
Indies 


Price, Each 


Size 
Inches 


Face 

to 

Face 

"A" 

Inches 


Diameter 

of 
Flanges 
Inches 


Price, Each 


Size 
Inches 


With 
Faced 
Flanges 


With 

Faced 

and 

Drilled 

Flanges 


With 
Faced 
Flanges 


With 
Faced 

and 
Drilled 
Flanges 


3x2 


6 


Bi^x 6H 


10.25 


11.35 


14x 6 


16 


23 xl23^ 


105.00 


110.50 


31 ^x 2% 


^4 


9 s 73^ 


12.25 


13.50 


14x 8 


16 


23 xl5 


105.00 


110.50 


4x2 


7 


10 X 6>^ 


13.50 


15.00 


14x10 


16 


23 xl73^ 


105.00 


110.50 


4 x2K 


7 


10 x7H 


13.50 


15.00 


14x12 


16 


23 x203^ 


105.00 


110.50 


4x3 


7 


10 X 834 


13.50 


15.00 


15x 8 


17 


243^x15 


120.00 


127.00 


5x2 


8 


11 X 63^ 


18.75 


20.25 


15x10 


17 


243^x171^ 


120.00 


127.00 


5 x23^ 


8 


11 x7^ 


18.75 


20.25 


15x12 


17 


24>^x203^ 


120.00 


127.00 


5x3 


8 


11 X 834 


18.75 


20.25 


15x14 


17 


243^x23 


120.00 


127.00 


5x4 


8 


11 xlO 


18.75 


20.25 


16x 8 


18 


251^x15 


135.00 


143.00 


6x3 


9 


123.^x 834 


22.75 


24.75 


16x10 


18 


253^xl7J^ 


135.00 


143.00 


G X m 


9 


12>|x 9 


22.75 


24.75 


16x12 


18 


253^x203^ 


135.00 


143.00 


6x4 


9 


121^x10 


22.75 


24.75 


16x14 


18 


253^x23 


135.00 


143.00 


6x5 


9 


121^x11 


22.75 


24.75 


18x10 


19 


28 xl73^ 


157.00 


166.00 


7x3 


10 


14 X 814 


31.50 


33.75 


18x12 


19 


28 x20i^ 


157.00 


166.00 


7x4 


10 


14 xlO 


31.50 


33.75 


18x14 


19 


28 x23 


157.00 


166.00 


7x5 


10 


14 xll 


31.50 


33.75 


18x16 


19 


28 x25i^ 


157.00 


166.00 


7 x 6 


10 


14 xl2i^ 


31.50 


33.75 


20x12 


20 


30>^x203^ 


180.00 


190.00 


8 X 3 


11 


15 X 83^ 


36.00 


38.50 


20x14 


20 


303^x23 


180.00 


190.00 


8x4 


11 


15 xlO 


36.00 


38.50 


20x16 


20 


303^x253^ 


180.00 


190.00 


8x5 


11 


15 xll 


36.00 


38.50 


20x18 


20 


303^x28 


180.00 


190.00 


8x6 


11 


15 xl2J^ 


36.00 


38.50 


22x14 


22 


33 x23 


225.00 


238.00 


10 X 4 


12 


171^x10 


57.00 


61.00 


22x16 


22 


33 x253/^ 


225.00 


238.00 


10 X 5 


12 


17>^xll 


57.00 


61.00 


22x18 


22 


33 x28 


225.00 


238.00 


10 X 6 


12 


17^x123^ 


57.00 


61.00 


22x20 


22 


33 x303^ 


225.00 


238.00 


10 X 8 


12 


171^x15 


57.00 


61.00 


24x16 


24 


36 x253^ 


285.00 


300.00 


12 X 5 


14 


203^x11 


84.00 


88.50 


24x18 


24 


36 x28 


285.00 


300.00 


12 X 6 


14 


203^xl2J^ 


84.00 


88.50 


24x20 


24 


36 x303^ 


285.00 


300.00 


12 X 8 


14 


203^x15 


84.00 


88.50 


24x^2 


24 


36 x33 


285.00 


300.00 


12 xlO 


14 


20^x17^ 


84.00 


88.50 













Flanged eccentric taper reducers. Prices on application. 



80 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



EXTRA HEAVY FLANGED FITTINGS 

For 250 Pounds Steam Working Pressure 

DIMENSIONS BASE ELBOW, ROUND FLANGE 



LONG RADIUS ELBOW 






Fig. 9533A 



"The 1915 U. S. Stanflard" 



Fig. 9533B 



LONG 


RADIUS 


ELBOWS 






BASE ELBOWS 








Center 

to 
Face 
Inches 


Radius 
Inches 


Daim. 

of 
Flanges 
Inches 


Pbice, Each 1 


Size 
Inches 


Diam. 

of 
Flanges 
Except 
Base 
Flange 
Inches 


Center 

to 

Face 

Inches 


Center 

to 
Face or 
Round 

or 

Square 

Base 

Inches 


Diam. 

of 
*Base 
Flanges 
Inches 


Price, Each 




Sizo 
Inches 


With 
Faced 
Flanges 


With 

Faced 

and 

Drilled 

Flanges 


Faced 

Except 

Hase 

Flange 


Faced 

and 
Drilled 
Except 

Hase 
Flange 

15.00 

18.00 

20.25 

24.75 

33.75 

38.50 

54.35 

61.00 

88.50 

110.50 

127.00 

143.00 


Facing 

and 
Drilling 

Base 
Flange 


2 

2}^ 

3 

3>^ 

4 

4^ 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
12 
14 
15 
16 


6J^ 

7 
7M 

«y2 

9 

ny2 
u 

16H 

19 

21^ 

22M 
24 


5M 

6M 
QVi 

SV2 

12 
13 

16^ 
18% 
20 
21^ 


9 

10 
10}^ 

11 

123^ 

14 

15 

161^ 
IW2 
20H 
23 

243^ 

25H 


7.50 

8.00 

8.60 

10.25 

11.25 

13.75 

15.50 

19.00 

26.50 

30.00 

42.50 

47.75 

70.00 

103,50 

117.00 

137.00 


8.85 

9.35 

10.25 

12.15 

13,50 

16.00 

17.75 

22.00 

29,85 

33.75 

47,50 

53,75 

76.75 

111.75 

127.00 

149.00 


'4'" 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
12 
14 
15 
16 


16"* . 

10>^ 

11 

}^^ 

15 

24H 
25^ 


'7" 

m 

8 

10 
10}^ 

13 

15 
151/2 


■7" 

m 
1^^ 

11 

14 


m 

10 
10 
10 

12H 

12^2 
12^2 

121^ 


13.50 

16.50 

18.75 

22.75 

31.50 

36.00 

51.00 

57.00 

84.00 

105.00 

120.00 

t35.«0 


'4.50 

4.50 

5.25 

5.25 

5.25 

7.50 

7.50 

7.50 

11.00 

11.00 

11.00 

11.00 



*The measurement across the flat edges of square base flange is the same as the 
diameter of the round base flange. 

Sizes above 16-inch, prices on application. 



BASE TEES 




Fig. 9533C 
Base tees made to order. Prices on application. 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



81 



EXTRA HEAVY FLANGED FITTINGS 

For 250 Pounds Steam Working Pressure 



STANDARD 




SINGLE SWEEP TEES 

DIMENSIONS 



REDUCINa 



r" 

A 

f- 

A 



r 




Fig. 9571A 



Fig. 9571B 



"Tlie 1915 U. S. Standard" 





Diameter 


Face 


Center to Face 
Inches 




Price, 


Each 






Stan 


DARD 


^Reducing 


Size 


of 


to Face 














Inches 


Flanges 


*'AA" 






With 


With 


With 


With 




Inches 


Inches 


"A" 


*'B" 


Faced 


Faced and 




Faced and 








Standard 


Reducing 


Flanges 


Drilled 
Flanges 


Flanges 


Drilled 
Flanges 


2 


^y2 


10 


5 


5 


7.50 


8.85 


8.50 


9.95 


Wi 


7^2 


11 


5J^ 


5J^ 


8.00 


9.35 


9.15 


10.50 


3 


8M 


12 


6 


6 


8.60 


10.25 


9.90 


11.55 


3H 


9 


13 


61^ 


^H 


10.25 


12.15 


11,75 


13.65 


4 


10 


14 


7 


7 


11.25 


13.50 


13.00 


15.25 


4^ 


lOJ^ 


-15 


7M 


W2 


13.75 


16.00 


15.75 


18.00 


5 


11 


16 


8 


8 


15.50 


17.75 


17.85 


20.10 


6 


121^ 


17 


m 


m 


19.00 


22.00 


22.00 


25.00 


7 


14 


18 


9 


9 


26.50 


29.85 


30.50 


33.85 


8 


15 


20 


10 


10 


30.00 


33.75 


34.50 


38.25 


9 


16M 


21 


ioj4 


10^ 


42.50 


47.50 


49.00 


54.00 


10 


^Wi 


23 


UK 


11^ 


47.75 


53.75 


55.00 


61.00 


12 


201^ 


26 


13 


13 


70.00 


76.75 


80.00 


86.75 


14 


23 


30 


15 


15 


103.50 


111.75 


119.00 


127.25 


15 


24^ 


31 


15H 


15J^ 


117.00 


127.00 


135.00 


145.00 


16 


25^ 


33 


16>i 


161^ 


137.00 


149.00 


158.00 


170.00 


18 


28 


36 


18 


18 


177.00 


191.00 


204.00 


218.00 


20 


30H 


39 


19J^ 


19J^ 


225.00 


240.00 


260.00 


275.00 


22 


33 


41 


20Ji 


20^ 


285.00 


305.00 


327.00 


347.00 


24 


36 


45 


22^ 


22K 


350.00 


373.00 


402.00 


425.00 



Furnished faced only, unless otherwise ordered. 

* Reducing in run or branch. 

Larger sizes made to order. Prices on application. Reducing single sweep tees made 
to order only. Single sweep tees not made with the side opening larger than the run. 

Bullheads or tees having outlet larger than the run will be the same length center to 
face of all openings as a tee with aU openings of the size of the outlet. For example, a 
12xl2xl8-inch tee will be governed by the dimensions of the 18-inch long body tee, namely, 
18 incites center to face of all openings, and 36 inches face to face. 



82 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



EXTRA HEAVY FLANGED FITTINGS 

For 250 Pounds Steam Working Pressure 
DOUBLE SWEEP TEES 



STAKDABB 




DIMENSIONS 



REDUCING 



^ 



-n 



Fig. 9572A 



r 




Fig. 9572B 



"The 1915 U. S. Standard" 









Center 


TO Face 




Price 


, Each 


^ -. 


Size 

Inches 


Diameter 

of 
Flanges 
Inches 


Face 
to Face 

"AA" 
Inches 


Inches 


Standard 


REDUCIXCr 


"A" 


-B" 


With 


With 
Faced and 


With 


With 
Faced and 








Standard 


Reducing 


Faced 
Flanges 


Drilled 
Flanges 


Faced 
Flanges 


Drilled 
Flanges 


2 


^'4 


10 


5 


5 


7.50 


8.85 


8.60 


9.95 


2J^ 


W2 


11 


5Ji 


5J^ 


8.00 


9.35 


9.15 


10.50 


3 


m 


12 


6 


6 


8.60 


10.25 


9.90 


11.55 


m 


9 


13 


6^ 


6J^ 


10.25 


12.15 


11.75 


13.65 


4 


10 


14 


7 


7 


11.25 


13.50 


13.00 


15.25 


43/2 


im 


15 


m 


^Vz 


13.75 


16.00 


15.75 


18.00 


5 


11 


16 


8 


8 


15.50 


17.75 


17.85 


20.10 


6 


ifA 


17 


m 


»H 


19.00 


22.00 


22.00 


25.00 


7 


14 


18 


9 


9 


26.50 


29.85 


30J30 


33.85 


8 


15 


20 


10 


10 


30.00 


33.75 


34.50 


38.25 


9 


}f<^ 


21 


101^ 


101^ 


42.50 


47.50 


49.00 


54.00 


10 


173^ 


23 


11^ 


nvz 


47.75 


53.75 


55.00 


61.00 


12 


^2^ 


26 


13 


13 


^'70.00 


76.75 


80.00 


86.75 


14 


23 


30 


15 


15 


103.50 


111.75 


119.00 


127.25 


15 


24K 


31 


15Ji 


i5y. 


117.00 


127.00 


135.00 


145.00 


16 


o^^ 


33 


wiA 


16}^ 


137.00 


149.00 


158. 0§- 


170.00 


18 


28 


36 


18 


1«J. 


177.00 


191.00 


204.00 


218.00 


20 


^S^ 


39 


19>i 


i^k 


225.00 


240.00 


260.00 


275.00 


22 


33 


41 


20^ 


2oy2 


285.00 


305.00 


327.00 


347.00 


24 


36 


45 


22^ 


221A 


350.00 


373.00 


402.00 


425.00 



Furnished faced only, unless otherwise ordered. 

Reducing double sweep tees made to order only. 

Double sweep tees are not made reducing on the run. Should such tees, however, be 
wanted, we will alter patterns (which will be expensive) and charge at a special price. 
We can only increase branch (outlet) within a reasonable limit, which must be regulated 
by our patterns. 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



83 



EXTRA HEAVY COIVIPANION FLANGES 

FOR EXTRA HEAVY FLANGED VALVES AND FITTINGS 
For 250 Pounds Steam Working Pressure 
BACK VIEW, SHOWING HUB SMOOTH FACE 



BLIND FLANGE 
16-IN,CH AND SMALLER 





Fig. 2550A 



Fig. 2550B 




2550C 



Unless otherwise specified, we always furnish extra heavy flanges and fittings with 
3i6-ineh raised face, for which there is no extra charge. This style of facing will hold 
any gasket, and is especially necessary where a thin corrugated copper gasket is used, 
as this gasket draws down to ^ inch or less and the heavy bolting would (without the 
raised face) spring the flanges until the edges touch, without putting sufficient pres- 
sure on ttie gasket. 











"The 1915 U. S 


. Standard" 




• 






Cast Iron 
Price, Each 


Steel 


Cast Steel 


Forget 


Steel 


Blind Flanges 


Size 


Price 


Each 


Price, Each 


Price, 


Each 


Price, 


Each 


Inches 




Faced 




Faced 




Faced 




Faced 




Faced 




Faced 


and 
Drilled 


Faced 


and 
Drilled 


Faced 


and 
Drilled 


Faced 


and 
Drilled 


Faced 


and 
Drilled 


1 X 41^ 


,95 


1.-30 


1.20 


1.65 


5.00 


5.50 


7.50 


8.00 






li^x 5 


1.00 


1.35 


1.25 


1.70 


5.40 


6.00 


8.40 


9.00 






iVzx 6 


1.10 


1.45 


1.35 


1.80 


5.90 


6.50 


9.40 


10.00 


1.65 


2.00 


2 X 63^ 


1.25 


1.60 


1.55 


2.00 


6.90 


7.50 


10.40 


11.00 


1.90 


2.25 


m^ W2 


1.40 


1.75 


1.75 


2.20 


7.30 


8.50 


11.80 


13.00 


2.10 


2.45 


3 X 8M 


1.60 


2.05 


2.00 


2.55 


8.70 


10.00 


13.70 


15.00 


2.40 


2.85 


W2X 9 


2.00 


2.55 


2.50 


3.20 


12.10 


13.50 


17.60 


19.00 


3.00 


3.55 


4 xlO 


2.25 


2.95 


2.80 


3.70 


14.80 


16.50 


18.30 


20.00 


3.35 


4.05 


41/2x101^ 


2.40 


3.10 


3.00 


3.90 


15.80 


17.50 


20.30 


22.00 


3.60 


4.30 


5 xll 


2.65 


3.35 


3.30 


4.20 


16.80 


18.50 


22.30 


24.00 


4.00 


4.70 


6 xl23^ 


3.30 


4.05 


4.10 


5.05 


20.40 


22.00 


25.40 


27.00 


5.00 


5.75 


7 xl4 


4.40 


5.30 


5.50 


6.60 


24.70 


27.50 


27.20 


32.00 


6.60 


7.50 


8 xl5 


5.10 


6.15 


6.40 


7.70 


27.00 


30.00 


32.00 


35.00 


7.65 


8.70 


9 xl6^ 


6.30 


7.50 


7.90 


9.40 


29.50 


32.50 


• 37.00 


40.00 


9.50 


10.70 


10 xl73^ 


7.40 


8.90 


9.25 


11.00 


34.50 


37.50 


45.00 


48.00 


11.00 


12.50 


12 x20>i 


10.75 


12.50 


13.50 


15.50 


46.00 


50.00 


56.00 


60.00 


16.00 


17.75 


14 x23 


15.00 


17.00 


18.50 


21.00 


55.50 


60.00 


75.50 


80.00 


22.50 


24.50 


15 x243^ 


19.00 


21.50 


24.00 


27.00 


64.00 


70.00 


84.00 


90.00 


28.50 


31.00 


16 x253^ 


22.25 


25.00 


28.00 


31.00 


78.00 


85.00 


93,00 


100.00 


33.50 


36.25 


18 x28 


26.00 


29.00 


32.50 


36.00 


98.00 


105.00 


118.00 


125.00 


39.00 


42.00 


20 x303^ 


31.00 


35.00 


39.00 


44.00 


117.00 


125.00 


142.00 


150.00 


46.00 


50.00 


22 x33 


36.00 


41.00 


45.00 


51.00 


140.00 


150.00 


165.00 


175.00 


54.00 


59.00 


24 x36 


45.00 


50.00 


56.00 


62.00 


165.00 


175.00 


200.00 


210.00 


67.00 


72.00 



Furnished faced only, unless otherwise ordered, 
double the list prices of cast iron. 



For malleable iron flanges, use 



84 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



EXTRA HEAVY 
REDUCING COMPANION FLANGES 

WITH RIBS 

FOR EXTRA HEAVY FLANGED VALVES AND FITTINGS 
For 250 Founds Steam Working Pressure 



Prices on Eccentric Flanges 
Double List Given Below 



Fig. 9579A 

These flanges, used in connection with straight or reducing fittings, enable us to 
fill orders more promptly. Customers who desire fittings reduced in this manner will 
please specify "Reduce by Flanges if Necessary." 

These flanges will always be of the same thickness as the regular companion flanges 
of corresponding outside diameters, and drilled to the template corresponding to the 
outside diameter, unless otherwise ordered. 

In ordering reducing companion flanges always give the screwed or reduced size 
first, then the outside diameter of flange wanted; for instance, if a reducing flange is 
wanted to connect a 6-inch pipe to a 9-inch flanged valve or fitting having a 16Ji^-inch 
O. D. flange, order a 6xl634-inch reducing flange. This will clearly avoid the confusion 
often caused by orders incorrectly calhng for a 9x6 or a 6x9-inch flange. 

"The 1915 U- S. Standard" 






Price 


Each 




Price 


, Each 




Price 


Each 


Inches 


Faced 


Faced 

and 

Drilled 


Inches 


Faced 


Faced 

and 

Drilled 


Size 
Inches 


Faced 


Faced 

and 
Drilled 


W2^ W2 


2.30 


2.65 


4 xl23^ 


5.50 


6.25 


10x203^ 


17.50 


19.25 


2 X 11/2 


2.30 


2.65 


m^n^A 


5.50 


6.25 


8x23 


25.00 


27.00 


13^x8^ 


2.65 


3.10 


5 xl2J^ 


5.50 


6.25 


9x23 


25.00 


27.00 


2 x8M 


2.65 


3.10 


43^x14 


7.25 


8.15 


10x23 


25.00 


27.00 


2^x8>i 


2.65 


3.10 


5 xl4 


7.25 


8.15 


12x23 


25.00 


27.00 


2x9 


3.30 


3.85 


6 xl4 


7.25 


8.15 


8x243^ 


31.50 


34.00 


2J^x 9 


3.30 


3.85 


3 xl5 


8.40 


9.45 


10x24U 


31.50 


34.00 


3x9 


3.30 


3.85 


33^x15 


8.40 


9.45 


12x243^ 


31*50 


34.00 


2 xlO 


3.70 


4.40 


4 xl5 


8.40 


9.45 


14x243^ 


31.50 


34.00 


21^x10 


3.70 


4.40 


5 xl5 


8.40 


9.45 


10x25K 


37.00 


39.75 


3 xlO 


3,70 


4.40 


6 xl5 


8.40 


^9.45 


12x251^ 


37.00 


39.75 


33^x10 


3.70 


4.40 


7 xl5 


8.40 


9.45 


14x253^ 


37.00 


39.75 


2 xlQi^ 


4.00 


4.70 


4 XI614 


10.50 


11.70 


15x253^ 


37.00 


39.75 


2^x10^ 


4.00 


4.70 


5 xl63^ 


10.50 


11.70 


12x28 


43.011 


46.00 


3 xlOj^ 


4.00 


4.70 


6 xl6i^ 


10.50 


11.70 


14x28 


43.00 


46,00 


33^x103^ 


4.00 


4.70 


7 xl6K 


10.50 


11.70 


15x28 


43.00 


46.00 


4 xlOJi 


4.00 


4.70 


8 xlQli 


10.50 


11.70 


16x28 


43.00 


46.00 


2 xll 


4.40 


5.10 


5 xl73^ 


12.00 


13.50 


14x301^ 


51.00 


55.00 


23^x11 


4.40 


5.10 


6 xl7H 


12.00 


13.50 


15x303.^ 


51.00 


55.00 


3 xll 


4,40 


5.10 


7 xl73^ 


12.00 


13.50 


16x301^ 


51.00 


55.00 


33^^x11 


4.40 


5.10 


8 xl73^ 


12.00 


13.50 


18x301^ 


51.00 


55.00 


4 xll 


4.40 


5.10 


9 xl73^ 


12.00 


13.50 


16x33 


60.00 


65.00 


4j^xll 


4.40 


5.10 


6 x20y2 


17.50 


19.25 


18x33 


60.00 


65.00 


2 xl2^ 


5.50 


6.25 


7 x203^ 


17.50 


19.25 


20x33 


60.00 


65.00 


23^x123^ 


5.50 


6.25 


8 x203^ 


17.50 


19.25 


18x36 


74.00 


79.00 


3 xl23^ 


5.50 


6.25 


9 x203^ 


17.50 


19.25 


20x36 


74.00 


79.00 



Furnished faced only, unless otherwise ordered. 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



85 



TEMPLATES FOR DRILLING 
EXTRA HEAVY FLANGED VALVES AND FITTINGS 



SIZES 1-INCH TO 48-INCH, INCLUSIVE 

These drilling templates are in multiples of four, so that fittings 
may be made to face in any quarter, and bolt holes straddle the 
center line. They can be drilled to any other template, if so desired. 

Bolt holes are drilled }4 inch larger than nominal diameter of 
bolts, except that brass valves and fittings, 6-inch and smaller, have 
holes 3i6 inch larger than the bolts. 

"The 1915 U. S. Standard" 




Tig. 25394 





Diameter 


Thickness 


Bolt 


Number 


Size 


Bolt 


Size 


of Flanges 


of Flanges 


Circle 


of 


of Bolts 


Lengths 


Inches 


Inches 


Inches 


Inches 


Bolts 


Inches 


Inches 


1 


4K 


% 


3M 


4 


V2 


2 


IM 


5 


% 


3M 


4 


¥2 


2M 


Hi 


6 


% 


4J^ 


4 


Vs 


2^ - 


2 


63^ 


% 


5 


4 


Vs 


2K 


23^ 


VA 


1 


^Vi 


4 


Vi 


3 


3 


SH 


1}^ 


^% 


8 


% 


3M 


m 


9 


1J16 


7M 


8 


Ya. 


3M 


4 


10 


IM 


Wi 


8 


M 


3^ 


43^ 


lOK 


m 


»V2 


8 


% 


3Ji 


5 


11 


Ws 


9M 


8 


M 


3M 


6 


12J^ 


m 


10^ 


12 


M 


3^ 


7 


14 


Wz 


liJ^ 


12 


y% 


4 


8 


15 


w% 


13 


12 


% 


4M 


9 


16M 


IM 


14 


12 


1 


4M 


10 


IWz 


Wi 


15M 


16 


1 


5 


12 


20J^ 


2 


n% 


16 


m 


5^ 


14 


23 


2M 


WA 


20 


IVs 


53^ 


15 


241^ 


2^6 


2VA 


20 


iM 


6* 


16 


25K 


2M 


22J^ 


20 


1^ 


6 


18 


28 


2^ 


24^4 


24 


^H 


6M 


20 


mi 


2}^ 


27 


24 


W% 


6M 


22 


33 


25^ 


29M 


24 


1^2 


7 


24 


36 


2M 


32 


24 


Wi 


73^ 


26 


38M 


•m 


34Ji 


28 


' 1^ 


8 


28 


40^ 


m 


37 


28 


Wi 


8 


30 


43 


3 


39 Ji 

41J^ 


, 28 


IH 


W2 


32 


45M 


SVg 


28 


Wi 


9 


34 


47M 


3M 


48H 


28 


Wi 


9 


36 


50 


SVs 


46 


32 


IJ^ 


9J^ 


38 


52M 


SJi 


48 


32 


IK 


93^ • 


40 


541^ 


m 


50M 


36 


w% 


10 


42 


57 


s% 


52M 


36 


m 


10 


44 


59Ji 


m 


55 


36 


2 


lOj^ 


46 


611^ 


Ws 


57J^ 


40 


2 


lOJ^ 


48 


65 


4 


60^ 


40 


2 


11 



86 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



METHODS OF FACING 
EXTRA HEAVY COMPANION FLANGES 



RAISED FACE 



Fig. 857A 
SPOT FACED BOLT HOLES 



Fig. 857D 
CALKING RECESS 



MALE FACE 



Fig. 857B 
TONGUED FACE 



FEMALE FACE 



Fig. 857C 
GROOVED FACE 



Fig. 857E 
SHOWING COMPANION 
FLANGES BOLTED TOGETHER 




857F 



SHOWING WOODEN FLANGE 
PROTECTOR BOLTED ON 






Fig. 857G Fig, 857H Fig- 857J 

]Sl"oTE — Unless otherwise specified we will always furnish Extra Heavy Companion 
Flanges, Flanged Fittings and Valves, with -^^ inch raised face, without extra charge. 
Gaskets will only be furnished when specified and at an extra price. 



NET PRICE LIST FOR FACING EXTRA HEAVY COMPANION 


FLANGES 




Extra 


Extra for 


Extra for 


Extra 


l^LKtra for 


Extra for Bolting on 


Extra for Wooden 




for Male 


Tongued 


■h Inch 


for 


Spot Fac- 


Fittings, not 


Protectors, Bolted on 


size 


or Female 


or Grooved 


Raised 


Calking 


ing Kolt 


Including Bolts or 
Gaskets 


with 2 Small Bolts, 


Inches 


Face 


Face 


Face 


Recess 


Holes 


Including the 2 Bolts 
per Flange 




per Flange 


per Flange 


per Flange 


per Flange 


per Flange 


per Flange 


1 X 43^ 


.50 


.50 


.50 


.50 


.20 


.10 


20 


IMx 5 


.50 


.50 


.50 


.50 


.20 


.10 


.20 


IKx 6 


.50 


.50 


.50 


.50 


.20 


.10 


.20 


2 X 6J^ 


.50 


.50 


.50 


.50 


.20 


,10 


.20 


2Mx W2 


.65 


.65 


.65 


.65 


,20 


.10 


.20 


3 X 8M 


.65 


.65 


.65 


.65 


.40 


,15 


.25 


3Hx 9 


.65 


.65 


.65 


.65 


.40 


.15 


.25 


4 xlO 


.65 


.65 


.65 


.65 " 


.40 


.15 


.25 


4j^xl03^ 


.65 


.65 


.65 


.65 


.40 


.15 


.25 


5 xU 


.65 


.65 


.65 


.65 


.40 


.15 


.25 


6 xl23^ 


.80 


.80 


.80 


,80 


.60 


.20 


^ .25 


7 xl4 


.80 


.80 


.80 


.80 


.60 


.20 


.30 


8 xl5 


1.00 


1.00 


1.00 


1.00 


.60 


.20 


.30 


9 xiej^ 


1.00 


1.00 


1.00 


1.00 


.60 


.20 


.30 


10 xl7J^ 


1.00 


1.00 


1.00 


1.00 


.80 


.20 


.35 


12 x20J^ 


1.25 


1.25 


1.25 


1.25 


.80 


.25 


.35 


14 x23 


1.60 


1.60 


1.60 


1.60 


1.00 


.25 


' .40 


15 x24i^ 


1.60 


1.60 


1.60 


1.60 


1.00 


.25 


,40 


16 x253^ 


2.00 


2.00 


2 00 


2.00 


1.00 


.25 


.45 


18 x28 


2.50 


2.50 


2.50 


2.50 


1.20 


.25 


.45 


20 xSOJ^ 


3.00 


3.00 


3.00 


3,00 


1.20 


.25 


.50 


22 x33 


4.00 


4.00 


4.00 


4.00 


1.40 


.25 


.50 


24 x36 


5.00 


5.00 


5.00 


5.00 


1.40 


.25 


.50 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



87 



PRICE LIST FOR DRILLING 

STANDARD, LOW PRESSURE, MEDIUM AND EXTRA HEAVY 
FLANGED VALVES AND FITTINGS 





Price, Each, for Drilling Standard and 


Price, Each, 


FOR Drilling Medium and 




Low Pressure Valves 


Extra Heavy Valves 


Size 


With Two 






With Two 






Inches 


Flanges 


Angle 


Cross Valves 


EManges 


Angle 


Cross 




Except 


Valves 


and Cross 


Except 


Valves 


Valves 




Angle Valves 




Safety Valves 


Angle Valves 






« 


.60 


1.00 


1.20 






.... 


1 


.60 


1.00 


1.20 


.60 


i.66 


.... 


1^4 


- .60 


1.00 


1.20 


.60 


1.00 


.... 


1?^ 


.60 


1.00 


1.20 


.60 


1.00 


.... 


2 


.75 


1.25 


1.50 


.75 


1.25 


1.50 


2J^ 


.75 


1.25 


.- 1.50 


.75 


1.25 


1.50 


3 


.75 


1.25 


1.50 


.75 


1.25 


1.50 


31^ 


1.00 


1.50 


2.00 


1.00 


3.50 


2.00 


4 


J. ^25 


1.75 


2.50 


1.25 


1.75 


2.50 


m 


1.50 


2.00 


3.00 


1.50 


2.00 


3.00 


5 


1.50 


2.00 


3.00 


1.50 


2.00 


3.00 


6 


1.75 


2.50 


3.50 


1.75 


2.50 


3.50 


7 


2.25 


3.00 


4.50 


2.25 


3.00 


4.50 


8 


2.25 


3.00 


4.50 


2.25 


3.00 


4.50 


9 


2.50 


3.50 


5.00 


2.50 


3.50 


5.00 


10 


2.50 


3.50 


5.00 


2.50 


3.50 


5.00 


12 


3.50 


5.00 


7.00 


3.50 


5.00 


7.00 


14 


4.00 


6.00 




4.00 


6.00 


8.00 


15 


4.50 


6.50 






4.00 


6.00 


8.00 


16 


5.00 


7.00 






5.00 


7.00 


10.00 


18 


6.00 


10.00 






6.00 








« 


20 


7.50 


12.00 






7.50 














22 


9.00 


14.00 






9.00 














24 


10.00 


16.00 






10.00 














26 


11.00 


18.00 




















28 


12.00 . 


20.00 




















30 


12.00 


22.00 






12.66 














32 


12.00 


22.00 





















34 


14.00 


24.00 






.... 














36 


14.00 


24.00 




















42 


25.00 




















48 


30.00 






















EXTRA 


NET PRICES FOR ATTACHING COIVIPANION FLANGES TO 




STANDARD FLANGED 


FITTINGS AND VALVES 




Price, Each 


Size 
Inches 


Price, Each 


Size 
Inches 


For Bolting Com- 
panion Flanges to 

Fittings 
Single Flange 


Wooden Protec- 
tors Bolted on 


For Bolting Com- 
panion Flanges to 

Fittings 


Wooden Protec- 
tors Bolted on 




with Two Bolts 




Single Flange 


with Two Bolts 


Wa 


.10 


.20 


6 


.15 


.25 


1V2 


.10 


.20 


7 


.15 


.30 


2 


.10 


.20 


8 


.15 


.30 


W2 


.10 


.20 


9 


.20 


.30 


3 


.10 


.25 


10 


.20 


.35 


W2 


.10 


.25 


12 


.20 


.35 


4 


.10 


.25 


14 


.20 


.40 


m 


.15 


.25 


15 


.25 


.40 


5 


.15 


.25 


16 


.25 


.45 



Bolts and gaskets not included in above prices. Spot facing bolt holes. 5 cents 
net extra, for each hole. 



88 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



EXTRA HEAVY 
CAST IRON REDUCING FLANGED FITTINGS 

LIST OF SIZES CARRIED IN STOCK 
REDUCING FLANGED TEES 



21^x21^x2 


5 


x5 


x3i^ 


7x 7x3 


lOxlOx 2 


21^x21^x11^ 


5 


x5 


x3 


7x 7x2 


10 X 8x10 


2i^x2J^xli4 


5 


x5 


x2^ 


7x 6x7 


10 X 6x10 


21^x2 x2 


5 


x5 


x2 


7x 6x6 


10 X 8x 8 




5 


x5 


xl>^ 


7x 5x5 


lOx 8x 6 


3 X 3 X 2 


5 


x4 


x5 


6x 6x7 


lOx 8x 5 


3 x3 xl 


5 


x3 


x5 




10 X 6x 8 


3 x3 xli^ 


5 


x 21^x5 


8x 8x7 


10 X 6x 6 


3 x3 xli^ 


5 


x4 


x4 


8x 8x6 


8x 8x10 


3 x2^x3 


5 


x4 


x3 


8x 8x5 


7x 7x10 


3 x2 x3 


5 


x4 


x2i^ 


8x 8x4U 




3 xli^x3 


5 


x3 


x4 


8x 8x4 


* 12 X 12 x 10 


3 xli^x3 


5 


x3 


x3 


8x 8x31^ 


12xl2x 9 


3 x2i^x2i^ 


4 


x4 


x5 


8x 8x3 


12xr2x 8 


3 x2 x2 








8 X 8x23^ 


12xl2x 7 


2 x2 x3 


6 


x6 


x5 


8x 8x2 


12xl2x 6 




6 


x6 


x4i^ 


8x 6x8 


12xl2x 5 


33^x31^x2^ 


6 


x6 


x4 


8x 4x8 


12xl2x 4 


31^x31^x2 


6 


x6 


x3i^ 


8x 3x8 


12xl2x 3 


31^x21^ x3ii 


6 


x6 


x3 


8x 7x6 


12xl2x 214 


4 X 4 x 31^ 
4 X 4 X 3 


6 


x6 


x2i^ 


8x 7x5 


12 x 10 x 12 


6 


x6 


x2 


8x 6x7 


12 x 8x12 


6 


x5 


x6 


8x 6x6 


12x10x10 


4 X 4 X 2U 

A 4 a 


6 


x4 


x6 


8x 6x4 


12xl0x 8 


4 X 4 X 2 


6 


x3 


x6 


8x 5x6 


12xl0x 6 


4 x4 xlU 
4 x3 x4 

4 X 21^ X 4 

A a A 


6 


x2^x6 


8x 5x5 


12x 8x 8 


6 


x5 


x5 


8x 4x6 


12x 8x 6 


6 


x5 


x4 


8x 4x4 


10^10x12 


4 x2 x4 


6 


x5 


x3 


6x 6x8 


§x 8x12 


4 x3 x3 


6 


x5 


x2i^ 


5x 5x8 




4 X 3 X 2 


6 


x5 


x2 




14 x 14 X 12 


4 x3 xli^ 


6 


x4 


x5 


9x 9x6 


14 X 14 X 10 


4 x2i^x2i/^ 


6 


x4 


x4 


9x 9x5 


14xl4x 8 


4 x2 x3 


6 


x4 


x3 




14xl4x 7 


3 x3 x4 


6 


x3 


x3 


10 X 10 x 8 


14xl4x 6 


2J^x2>^x4 


5 


x5 


x6 


10 X 10 x 7 


14xl4x 5 


41^x41^x3 


4^x41^x6 
4 x4 yR 


10x10x6 
10 X 10 X 5 


14xl2x 8 


4^x41^x2 








10x10x41^ 


16 x 16 X 10 


4^x4 x4i^ 


7, 


x7 


x6 


10 X 10 X 4 


16xl6x 8 




7 


x7 


x5 


10 X 10 x 33^ 


16xl6x 7 


5 x5 x4 


7 


x7 


x4 


10 X 10 X 3 


16xl6x 6 



Continued on next page. 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



89 



EXTRA HEAVY 
CAST IRON FLANGED FITTINGS 

REDUCING SINGLE SWEEP FLANGED TEES 





4x4x23^ 
4x4x2 


6x6x4 
6x4x4 


8x8x6 
8x6x6 


REDUCING DOUBLE SWEEP FLANGED TEES 




5x5x4 
5x5x3 


6x6x3 

8x8x6 


8x8x5 


REDUCING FLANGED CROSSES 


3x3x23^x23^ 
4x4x2i^x23.^ 
6x6x4 x4 
Sx6x3 x3 


8x8x6x6 
8x8x5x5 
8x8x4x4 


REDUCING FLANGED LATERALS 




4x4x23^ 


6x6x2}^ 






These sizes, as listed above and on opposite page, with special reducing companion 
flanges, enable us to furnish almost every variety of fittings required, except special 
angles, offsets, etc. 

Reducing ribbed flanges are carried in stock, as per table on page 84. These flanges 
will always be the same thickness as the regular companion flanges of corresponding out- 
side diameter. 

The flanges are always drilled to the template corresponding to the outside diameter, 
unless otherwise ordered. 

Customers who desire fittings reduced in this manner will please specify "Reduce 
BY PlaN(tES if necessary." 

Reducing flanged single and double sweep tees, crosses and laterals are made to 
order only. 

PRICES OF SIZES NOT CARRIED IN STOCK 

Sizes not covered in the list of sizes carried in stock, as given above and on opposite 
page, will be considered special, and made to order at the following advance in prices, 
according to the quantity of a size ordered at one time, viz.: 



Add to the Regular List Prices of Reducing Flanged Fittings 
on Pages 164-165 the Percentage Advances Given Below 


Size 


One 
Piece 


Two 
Pieces 


Three 
Pieces 


Four 
Pieces 


Five 
Pieces 


Six 
or More 


31^-inch and Smaller 
4 to 8-inch 


50% 

25% 


40% 
20% 


30% 

15% 


20% 
10% 


10% 

5% 


No Advance 



Sizes 9-inch and larger, will be made to order in quantities of one or more of a size, 
at the regular list and discount. 

Single sweep tees are not made with side openings larger than the run. 

Double sweep tees are not made reducing on the run. Should such tees, however, be 
wanted, patterns can be altered (which will be expensive) and charged at a special price. 

On double sweep tees, branch (outlet) can only be increased within a reasonable limitj 
which must be regulated by patterns which the manufacturers have. 

Furnished faced only, unless otherwise ordered. 

General dimensions and templates for drilling, page 85, 



90 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



CAST IRON FLANGED FITTINGS 

These fittings are special and will be made to order for either 125 or 250 pounds work- 
ing pressure. 



SIDE OUTLET 
ELBOW 



REDUCING SIDE 
OUTLET ELBOW 




EXTENSION ELBOW 
WITH SQUARE OR ROUND BASE 




Fig. 10499A 



DOUBLE BRANCH 
ELBOW 



Fig. 10499B 



Fig. 10499C 



REDUCING DOUBLE 
BRANCH ELBOW 





Fig. 10499D 



FOUR-WAY TEE REDUCING FOUR-WAY TEE 



Fig. 10499E 



"Y" BRANCH 







Fig. 10499F 



Fig. 10499G 



Fig. 10499H 



Reducing side outlet elbows made reducing on the side outlet only. Double branch 
elbows made reducing on the run only. 

When ordering, or requesting prices, send sketch showing sizes of all openings. Prices 
on application. 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



91 



RING GASKETS 



FOR STANDARD AND EXTRA HEAVY FLANGED VALVES 
AND FITTINGS 




Fig. 5316A 



STANDARD 



EXTRA HEAVY 



Size of 

Valve or 

Fitting 

Inches 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

12 

14 

15 

16 

18 

20 

22 

24 



Inside 

and 

Outside 

Diameters 

Inches 



Price, Each 



^-inch 

Cloth 

Insertion 



Mx2i^ 

1 x2% 
IMx 2% 
134x3^ 

2 X 41^ 

2i^x4K 

3 X bVs 

sy2x 6% 

4 X 6J^ 
AH^ 7 

5 X 1% 
6x8% 

7 xlO 

8 xll 

9 xl2H 
10 xl33^ 
12 xl6H 

14 XI734 

15 xl9 

16 x20i^ 
18 x215^ 
20 x237^ 
22 x26 
24 x2834 



.02 

.02 

.03 

.03 

.03 

.04 

.05 

.06 

.07 

.07 

.08 

.10 

.12 

.13 

.16 

.18 

.25 

.30 

.32 

.35 

.37 

.44 

.48 

.60 



^-inch 

Red 
Rubber 



.04 
.04 
.06 
.06 
.08 
.10 
.12 
.16 
.18 
.20 
.24 
.28 
.32 
.35 
.40 
.48 
.60 
.75 
.85 
.95 
1.10 
1.20 
1.25 
1.40 



Corru- 
gated 
Copper 



.02 

.02 

.03 

.04 

.05 

.06 

.07 

.09 

.10 

.11 

.12 

.13 

.15 

.17 

.23 

.25 

.36 

.38 

.42 

.45 

.50 

.55 

.60 

.70 



Size 

Valve or 

Fitting 

Inches 



1 

2 

2J^ 
3 

4 
5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
12 
14 
15 
16 
18 
20 
22 
24 



Inside 

and 

Outside 

Diameter 

Inches 



Price, Each 



^-inch 

Red 
Rubber 



1 x23^ 
IJ^x 3M 
1^x33^ 
2x4^ 
2j^x53^ 

3 X 5K 
3j^x6J^ 

4 x IVs 

AHxlH 

5 X 83^ 

x9K 
xll 
xl23^ 
xl3 

XI414 
xl65^ 
131^x191^ 

14^x20% 
151^x2134 
1734x233^ 

19^x25^ 
211^x27% 
23^x30^ 



6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
12 



.08 
.08 
.08 
.09 
.12 
.15 
.16 
.18 
.21 
.25 
.30 
.40 
.42 
.48 
.55 
.70 



Corru- 
gated 
Copper 



00 
05 
20 
35 
45 
55 



1.90 



.04 
.04 
.04 
.05 
.06 
.08 
.09 
.10 
.12 
.15 
.18 
.21 
.24 
.27 
.33 
.42 
.55 
.60 
.66 
.75 
.85 
.90 
1.05 



Ring gaskets cover the faces of flanges inside of bolt holes, and will always be fur- 
nished unless otherwise ordered. 

Full face gaskets, prices on application. 

We can furnish gaskets made from any sheet rubber or metal that is manufactured. 

Gaskets for male and female, tongued and grooved, or for special joints of any kind 
furnished to order. w 



f 



92 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



DRAINAGE FITTINGS 



Screwed for Wrought Pipe 




The attention of the trade is called to the largely increased number of sizes and the 
variety of drainage fittings that we now carry regularly in stock. 

Our drainage fittings are made with a shoulder and are of the same inside diameter 
as wrought pipe; the pipe screws in up to the shoulder, thus making a continuous passage 
with no pocket and, consequently, the pipe cannot choke up. 

On June 1, 1911, the list price on drainage fittings was revised, correcting many 
inequalities, with the result that prices have been generally reduced, and at the present 
time drainage fittings are so low as to make it possible to install a wrought pipe drainage 
system at comparatively little increased additional expense. 

When not otherwise specified, these fittings will be coated with heated aspahltum. 



GALVANIZED DRAINAGE FITTINGS 

We carry in stock and can furnish galvanized drainage fittings promptly. 



MALLEABLE IRON DRAINAGE FITTINGS 

We make drainage fittings of malleable iron from the regular patterns and are prepared 
to fill orders with reasonable promptness. They are sold at a special discount from the 
regular list. 

All drainage fittings are recessed to allow easy entrance of the pipe. 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



93 



CAST IRON DRAINAGE FITTINGS 



45^ 



Screwed for Wrought Pipe 

90° LONG TURN ELBOW 

X 60° ELBOW 



LONG TURN ELBOW 
-A H 




Fig. 1229A 



Fig. 1229B 



Fig. 1229C Fig. 1229D Fig. 1229E 

90* STREET ELBOW 45° STREET ELBOW 

.A. 




Fig. 1229F 



Fig. 1229G Fig. 1229H Fig. 1229J 

90° AND 45° ELBOWS 



Fig. 1229K 



Size inches 


W4 


1^ 


2 


2H 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


10 


12 


14 


Dimens. A, 90° . inches 

A, 45^ " 
Prii^e, 90°or45°,Blk..each 
" 90° " 45°, Galv. " 


.80 
,52 


1 
.67 


.57 
1.00 


2% 

2Jl6 

1.20 
2.10 


3M 
2^ 
1.45 
2.55 


m 
m 

2.30 

4.00 


4^ 
7.40 


53l6 

3^ 

6.25 

11.00 


3K 
11.50 
20.00 


6K 

4M 

15.00 
26.25 


7M 

4K 

.31.00 

54.00 


9 

47.50 
83.00 


9M 

65.00 
114.00 



90° drainage elbows, size li^xlj^; black, 57 cents; galvanized, 1.00. 
90° AND 45° LONG TURN ELBOWS 



Size inches 



Dimens. A, 90°.inche& 
A, 45°. " 

Price, 90° or 45°, Blk. each 
" 90° '* 45°, tJalv. 



IM 



2M 

*.35 

*.60 



W2 



23^ 
1^ 

.42 

.72 



3M 

2M 

.65 

1.15 



2H 



3!Ji6 

1,40 
2.45 



4M 
2K 
1.75 
3.10 



5116 

3Jl6 

2.75 

4.80 



63/8 
41/g 
5.25 
9.20 



7.50 
13.15 



8>^ 

5H 

13.50 



9 
6 

19.00 



23.50|33.25 



10 



11 

38.00 
66.50 



12 



13 

57.50 
100.00 



14 



14M 

75.00 
130.00 



*45° long turn elbows not listed in li^-inch size. 

60°. 22^2% nVC AND 5%° ELBOWS 



Size inches 



i^imens. A, 60^ . inches 

'* A, 1114°.... " 

A,22H°.... " 

" A, 55^°.... " 

Price, Black each 

Galvanized 



1J4 



m 



.30 
.52 



1}^ 

1 7 

-•-32 

We 
.38 

67 



2 

We 

.57 
1.00 



2ii 
23^ 
l*i 
IM 

1.20 
2.10 



2J/8 

2 

1.45 
2.55 



2>^ 

2 

2,30 
4.00 



3^ 

2Vs 

2M 
4.25 
7.40 



6 



23^ 

2M 

6.25 

11.00 



2^ 
314 

11.50 
20.00 



8 



5^8 

2M 

23^ 

15.00 
26.25 



10 



6M 
3 

3J^ 

2M 
31.00 
54.00 



12 



■ 1 



4M 

47.50 

83.00 



90° elbows and 90^ long turn elbows are tapped, pitched 34 inch to the foot. 
90° AND 45° STREET ELBOWS 





Dimensions, Inches 


Price, Each 


Inches 


A 


B 


C 


D 


Black 


Galvanized 


1^ 

13^ 

2 


2f^ 

2l¥6 
3 


1 21 

m 

2% 


2^ 


1!^ 


.35 

.40 
.60 


.60 

.70 

1.10 



Dimensions subject to a slight variation and change without notice 




94 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



CAST IRON DRAINAGE FITTINGS 

Screwed for Wrought Pipe 



90^* ELBOW 
SIDE OUTLET 




90° ELBOW 
HEEL OUTLET 

—AH 



90° LONG TURN ELBOWS, WITH CLEANOUT 
WITHOUT BASE WITH BASE 



Fig. 1232A 



Fig. 1232B 





Fig. 1232D 



Description . 



Size inches 

Dimensions A . . . , " 

B .'.'.".*.'* " 

Size of Outlets . . " 

Price, Black each 

" Galvanized , " 



90° Elbows 



With 
Side Outlet 



4 

m 

3.85 
6.75 



With 
Heel Outlet 



4 

"i' 

3.85 
6.75 



90° Long Turn Elbows 
WITH Cleanout 



Without 
Base 



4 

2 
5.00 
8.75 



With 
Base 



4 

2 

7^00 
12.25 



THREE-WAY ELBOW 
-A- 




CLOSET ELBOW 
FLANGED ONE END 

r — c- 




REDUCING 
CLOSET ELBOW 



h— A- 

Fig, 1232F 

THREE-WAY ELBOWS 




Size inches 



Dimensions A 

B.... 
Price, Black 

" Galvanized 



. inches 
. . . each 



Size inches 



Dimensions A inches 

B - 

Price, Black each 

" Galvanized " 



IM 



.75 
1.25 



4^3 



W2 

5.50 

9.65 



Wi 



5M 

.85 
1.50 



121^ 

7.50 
13.15 



1.10 
1.95 



5x4 



11^ 

8.25 
14.50 



W2 



2.25 
3.90 



14K 

13.50 
23.50 



3.00 
5.25 



6x4 



1^% 

Mi 

15.00 
26.25 



103^ 

^% 
5.00 

8.75 



6x5 



13^8 

6M 
15.00 

26.25 



CLOSET ELBOWS 



Size inc hes 

Dimensions A . ' inclies 

B !!'.'//.'.'.*.!!!!''".!'.". " 

Diameter of Flange !!'.*.!..... " 

Price, Black each 

" Galvanized *' 



7 
4.25 

7.40 



4x5 



4Jl6 

4.25 
7.40 



The mlets of three-way and closet elbows are tapped, pitched y^ inch to tiie foot. 
The inlets on reducing fittings are always the' smallest openings. 
Dimensions subject to a slight variation and change without notice. 



L il 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



95 



CAST IRON DRAINAGE FITTINGS 

Screwed for Wrought Pipe BASIN CROSS 



TEE 



>: 



-8- 







BASIN TEE 






rNLET 














\ 


/ 


B 


rr ^ 


V_>r-' 


RUNi- 




















A- 


..... 



^ 




flUH 




1 


J 




r— 1 


r 


y 




(NtET- 








' 


— 


0', c^ 


— 




r 


1 





Fig. 1241A 



Fig. 1241B 

TEES 



RUN 

Fig. 124:10 



Size inches 


IK 


2 


2xlM 


2x13^ 


W2 


23^x2 


3 


3x13^ 


3x2 


Dimensions A inches 

B.r... '* 

Price, Black each 

" Galvanized ... *' 


.55 

1.00 


.80 
1.40 


1.60 


2M 

^% 

.90 

1.60 


1.50 
2.50 


i.*65 
2.75 


3M 

2.00 
3.50 


2.'26 
3.85 


3 

2.20 
3.85 


Size inches | 4 


4x2 


4x3 


5 


5x2 


5x3 


5x4 


6 


7 


Dimensions A inches 

B..... " 

Price, Black each 

" Galvanized ... " 


4 

8 

3.25 

5.70 


3M 

3.60 

6.30 


3M 

7 
3.60 
6.30 


6.00 
10.50 


6.60 
11.55 


4^8 

6.60 
11.55 


eVeo 

11.55 


5M 

8.75 
15.25 


5% 

16.00 

28.00 


Size inches 


8 


10 


12 


12x8 


12x10 


14x8 


14x10 


14x12 








Dimensions A inches 

B " 

Price, Black .... each 

" Galvanized ... " 


6H 
13 

21.00 
37.00 


151^ 
43.00 
75.00 


9 

18 

60.00 

100.00 


65! 00 
110.00 


65! 00 
110.00 


85.' 00 
145.00 


85! 00 
145.00 


85! 00 
145.00 











BASm 


TEES 












Size 


...... .inches 


Ik 


W2 


IJ^xli^ 


2 


2xlM 


2x13^ 


2J^ 


Dimensions A 

B 

Price, Black 

" Galvanized 


inches 

each 


"!66 

1.00 


2% 

.70 

1.22 


m 

.77 
1.35 


7 

1.10 
1.95 


6K 

1.20 
2.10 


3M 

1.20 

2.10 


W2 

1.75 
3.00 



BASIN CROSSES 



Size 


innhAS 




Dimensions A 


inches 


Price, Black 


each 


" Galvanized 


a 



W2 



1.50 

2.50 



7 
1.75 
3.10 



2x13^ 



1.95 

3.40 



Inlets of tees and basin tees and crosses are tapped, pitched i^ inch to the foot. 
Inlets on reducing fittings are always the smallest opening. 




PARTITION CROSSES 






Size 


. inches 


m^v/2 


Dimensions A . . . v 


. inches 
. each 


53^ 
1.25 


B 


Price, Black 


" Galvanized " 


2.20 



Fig. 1241D 



Partition crosses are made to supply a demand in certain 
localities, but may not be passed by inspectors everywhere. 

Dimensions subject to a slight variation and change without 
notice. 



96 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



CAST IRON DRAINAGE FITTINGS 

Screwed for WrougM Pipe 

REDUCING 90° "Y" BRANCH 

TEE PATTERN 



90^ "Y" BRANCH 
TEE PATTERN 



RUN 



it' 


} 




n- 


n 


11 



^ 



3m. 
Fig. 1247A f 



90'=' 



AUN 

Fig. 1247B 
BRANCHES, TEE PATTERN 




Size inches 


1 


IK 


W2 


2 


W2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


10 


Dimens. A. . .inches 

" B... " 
Price, Black. each 
" Galv.. " 


3M 

.40 
.70 


3^ 
2M 
.45 
.80 


.57 

1.00 


5M 

3M 

.85 

1.50 


6>i6 

3% 
1.80 
3.15 


7M 

2.20 

3.85 


8M 

3.50 
6.15 


6.50 
11.35 


11^16 

9.50 
16.50 


13^ 

17.50 
30.50 


9 
23.00 
40.00 


20 

47.00 
82.00 



REDUCING 90" "Y" BRANCHES, TEE PATTERN 



Size inches 



Dimensions A. .inches 
B. . " 
C " 

Price, Black each 

" Galvanized. " 



IJ^xl 



.50 
.90 



IJ^xl 



llxlj 



2x114 



.63 
1.10 



2x1 J4 



.95 
1.65 



2^xH 



.95 
1.65 



2ixU 



2.00 
3.50 



2% 
2.00 
3.50 



2^2 



5^ 
3M 
3M 
2.00 
3.50 



3xlH 



2.40 
4.20 



3xlH 

^M 

3M 

2.40 
4.20 



3x2 



5iil6 
3>i6 

2.40 
4.20 



Size inches 



4x1^ 



4x1 li 



4x2 



4x21^ 



4x3 



3x4 



Dimensions A. .inches 
B.. " 
C. " 

Price, Black each 

" Galvanized " 



3.85 
6.75 



5M 

3% 
3 

3.85 
6.75 



5% 

3% 
3.85 
6.75 



6^ 

3% 
3.85 
6.75 



7^ 
4% 

4^ 
3.85 
6.75 



5M 

3.85 
6.75 



5x1^ 

3M 

7.15 
12.50 



5x2 



5x2K 



m 

3% 

7.15 

12.50 



Size inches 



6x1 J^ 



6x2 



6x3 



6x4 



6x5 



8x2 



8x3 



Dimensions A. .inches 
** B.. " 

C " 

Price, Black each 

" Galvanized " 



10.50 
18.50 



6M 

10.50 

18.50 



Wz 

10.50 
18.50 



5>i6 
10.50 
18.50 



10% 

6% 

6M 

10.50 

18.50 



25.50 
44.50 



11J16 

m 
m 

25.50 
44.50 



8x4 



7.15 

12.50 

8x5 



11% 

m 

25.50 
44.50 



25.50 
44.50 



5x3_ 

1% 
5K 
43^ 
7.15 
12.50 

Jx6^ 

15>16 

10 

25.00 
44.50 



5x4 

5% 

7.15 
12.50 



The inlet of 90^ "Y" branches is tapped, pitched }{ inch to the foot. 
60° "Y" BRANCHES 


Size inches 


lixll 


2x2 


2x1^ 


3x2 


4x4 


4x2 


4x3 


5x5 

113^^ 

6M 
7.10 

12.50 


5x2 


Dimensions A inches 

B " 

C " 

Price, Black each 

" Galvanized , " 


1.15 


5)^ 
3^ 

3M 

.95 

1.65 


3% 

1.05 

1.85 


6% 

2.90 
5.10 


9^ 

3.85 
6.75 


4% 
4.25 
7.40 


4.'25 
7.40 


7.80 
13.65 


Size inches 


5x3 


5x4 


6x6 


6x2 


6x4 


6x5 


8x4' 


8x6 




Dimerminns A inches 


83^ 
6 

5% 

7.80 

13.65 


VVsb 

13.65 


13 

m 

10.50 
18.50 














" B " 














« C " 














Price, Black each 

« Galvanized « 


11.50 

20.00 


11.50 
20.00 


11.50 
20.00 


27.50 
48.00 


27.50 
48.00 


. . * . 



Reducing sizes not listed take same list as reducing sizes having the same run. 
Dimensions subject to a slight variation and change without notice. 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



97 



CAST IRON DRAINAGE FITTINGS 

Screwed for Wrought Pipe 
DOUBLE 90° "Y" BRANCH DOUBLE 45° *'Y" BRANCH REDUCING 



TEE PATTERN 




DOUBLE 45° "Y'* BRANCH 

DUN 




RUN 

Fig. 1249A Tig. 1249B Fig. 1249C 

DOUBLE 90° "Y" BRANCHES. TEE PATTERN 



Size inches 



Dimensions A inches 

B.... " 

Price, Black , . each 

" Galvanized ... " 



.60 
1.05 



Wa 1 



3M 

.70 
1.22 



5 

2J^ 

.85 

1.50 






1.30 

2.ao 



21^ 



3% 
2.85 
5.00 



m mi 

3.40 5.25 

5.95 9.20 



12M 

9.50 
16.50 



6 



T3/8 
14.00 
24.50 



25.00 
42.50 



15>ie 
18 
9 
36.00 
62.00 



10 



20 
22M 

60.00 
102.00 



R EDUCING DOUBLE 90° "Y" BRANCHES, TEE PATTERN 



Size inches 



Dimensions A inches 

B 

C « 

Price, Black each 

" Galvanized " 



lixl 



.77 
1,35 



lixli 



^Vs 



.95 
1.65 



2xli 



2xli 



2« 
1.50 
2.60 



2ixli 



3.15 
5.50 



2^x2 



3M 
3.15 

5.50 



3x11 



5« 

m 

3.75 

6.55 



Size inches 

Dimensions A inches 

B *' 



3x2 



4x2 



5x4 



6x2 



6x4 



6x5 



Price, Black each 

" Galvanized,..: " 



TM 
3^ 
3.75 
6.55 



5% 

m 

5.75 

10,00 



93^ 

10.50 
18.50 



6M 

15.50 

27.00 



9M 

12^ 

15,50 
27.00 



13M 

15.50 
27.00 




The inlets of double 90° "Y" branches are tapped, pitched J^ inch to the foot, 
DOUBLE 45° "Y" BRANCHES 



Size inches 



Dimensions A inches 

B 

Price, Black each 

*' Galvanized '* 



m 



5 

3M 

.90 

1.60 



W2 



'0V2 

Wb 
1.00 
1.75 



1,45 

2.55 



3.25 

5.70 



9 

4.00 
7.00 



10 J^ 

5.75 

10.00 



12'^ 

9M 
10.75 
18.80 



14M 

16.00 
28.00 



16% 

12M 
28.50 
50.00 



18X 

38.00 
66.50 



10 



20 

16^ 

78.00 

137.00 



REDUCING DOUBLE 45° "Y" BRANCHES 



Size inches 



Dimensions A inches 

B " 

C " 

Price, Black each 

" Galvanized... " 



Size inches 



Dimensions A 

B.... 
C . . . . 

Price, Black 

" Galvanized- 



inches 
. .each 



l|xli 



1.10 
1.90 



5x3 



11,75 

20.50 



2xli 

1.60 

2.80 



5x4 



11% 

8K 

8JI6 

11.75 

20,50 






3.60 
6.30 



6x2 



m 

8M 

m 

17.50 

30.50 



2ixli 



m 

3.60 
6.30 



6x3 



17.50 
30.50 



3xli 



6^ 

m 

4.40 
7,70 



6x4 



9)16 

17.50 
30.50 



3x2 



1% 
5% 

4,40 
7.70 



4x2 



7% 
6% 
6 

6.35 
11.00 



4x3 



9M 

m 

6,35 

11.00 



7x6 



31,50 

54.00 



8x4 



llJie 
11 

10% 
42.00 
72.00 



8x6 



Dimensions subject to a slight variation and change without notice. 



42,00 
Ti. 00 



5x2 



8M 

11.75 
20.50 



98 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



CAST IRON DRAINAGE FITTINGS 



Screwed for Wrought Pipe 



45=' "Y" BRANCH 

RUH 




REDUCING 45" "Y" BRANCH 

RUN 



Fig:. 1251A 



45° "Y" BRANCHES 




Size inches 



Dimensions A 

B 

Price, Black 

" Galvanized . 



.incites 
. . . each 



IM 



5 

.52 
.90 



W2 



W2 

.65 
1.15 



2 



6Jl6 

.95 
1.65 



W2 



2.10 
3.70 



3 



9 

2.65 
4.65 



103^ 

3.85 

6.75 



12% 

7.10 
12.50 



Size inches 



6 



10 



12 



14 



Dimensions A 

B 

Price, Black 

" Galvanized. 



. inches 

. . . each 



14^ 
lOM 
10.50 
18.50 



16% 
1214 
19.00 
33.25 



38% 

im 

25.00 
44.00 



20 
161^ 
52.00 
91.00 



mi 

mA 
75.00 

130.00 



28 

21}^ 

95.00 

165.00 



REDUCING AS*' "Y" BRANCHES 



Size inches 


lixli 


2x1^ 


2x13^ 


2ixU 


2ixl| 


23^x2 


3x11^ 


3x13^ 


3x2 


3x2J^^ 


Dimens. A . . inches 
B.. « 
C. " 

Price, Black . . each 
" Galv... " 


'.'72 
1.25 


1.85 


1,85 


2^30 
4.00 


6% 
4% 
4% 
2.30 
4.00 


7% 

4% 
2.30 
4.00 


2^96 
5.10 


6K 
5% 
1% 
2.90 
5.10 


Ws 

2.90 
5.10 


8 

5% 

5% 

2.90 

5.10 


Size inches 


4xlM 


4x11^ 


4x2 


4x2H 


4x3 


5x2 


5x3 


5x4 


6x2 |6x23^ 


Dimens. A . .inches 
B.. " 
C, " 

Price, Black . . each 
" Galv.., " 


4!25 

7.40 


m 

6^6 

5M 
4.25 
7.40 


4.25 
7.40 


4^25 

7.40 


9M 

m 

4.25 

7.40 


m 
m 

QVs 

7.80 
13.65 


9% 
Ws 

7.80 
13.65 


11% 
83^ 
8% 

7.80 
13.65 


8% 
8% 

m 

11.50 
20.00 


11.50 
20.00 


Size inches 


6x3 


6x4 


6x5 


7x3 


7x4 


7x5 


7x6 


8x3 


8x4 


8x5 


Dimens. A. .inches 
B.. " 
C. " 

Price, Black, .each 
" Galv... " 


10 

8M 

11,50 

20.00 


UK 
9K 

9}l6 

11.50 
20.00 


13 
10 

11.50 
20.00 


10 

9K 

8K 

21.00 

37.00 


11% 
lOM 
9% 
21.00 
37.00 


16% 
10% 

lOK 
21.00 
37.00 


16% 
IIM 

21.00 
37.00 


27.50 
48.00 


11% 
11 

lOJi^ 
27.50 
48.00 


27.50 

48.00 


Size inches 


8x6 


10x4 


10x5 


10x6 


12x6 


14x3 


14x4 


14x5 


14x6 


14x12 


Dimens. A. .inches 
" B.. '' 
C. " 

Price, Black, .each 
" Galv... " 


14% 
12^ 

UK 

27.50 

48.00 


14 

12% 

113^ 
57.00 
97.00 


sV.'oo 

97.00 


15K 
14M 
13M 
57.00 
97.00 


18 

153^ 

llM 

80.00 

140.00 


105 ; 60 

175,00 


105 loo 
175.00 


105 ; 60 

175.00 


193^ 

17M 

16K 

105.00 

175.00 


105 ! 60 
,175.00 



The inlets on reducing fittings are always the smallest openings. 
Dimensions subject to a slight variation and change without notice. 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



99 



CAST IRON DRAINAGE FITTINGS 



Screwed for Wrought Pipe 



90° LONG TURN "Y" BRANCH 
TEE PATTERN 

RUN 



INuer 




REDUCING 90° 
LONG TURN "Y" BRANCH 
TEE PATTERN 
f* B- ^** 



RUN 
Tig. 1252A 
90° LONG TURN 




'Y" BRANCHES, TEE PATTERN 



Size inches 



Dimensions A inches 

B " 

C " 

Price, Black each 

" Galvanized " 



IM 



4M 

.57 
1.00 



IK 



5% 

.70 
1.22 



5Jl6 

1.10 
1.95 



2^ 



81^ 

6M 
2 

2.40 
4.20 



9% 
7H 
2^ 
3.35 
5.85 



13J€ 
9J^ 

6.00 
10.50 



15M 

12M 

9.50 
16.50 



20.00 
35.00 



16% 

4M 
30.00 
52.50 



24% 
19% 
5M 
40.00 
70.00 



REDUCING 90° LONG TURN **Y" 


BRANCHES. TEE PATTERN 




Size inches 


IMxl 


13^x1 


lixli 


2x1 


2x11^ 


2xl>^ 


21^x1 


2ixli 


2ixli 


Dimensions A inches 

B .... " 
C . . . . " 

Price, Black ".each 

*' Galvanized ... " 


1 

.63 
1.10 


1 

.80 
1.40 


.80 
1.40 


1.20 

2.10 


i!26 

2.10 


5M 

1.20 
2.10 


2!65 
4.65 


4.65 


5M 

m 

2.65 
4.65 


Size inches 


23^x2 


3xlH 


3x2 


3x2 J^ 


4x11^ 


4x2 


4x21^ 


4x3 


5x13^ 


Dimensions A inches 

B " 

C " 

Price, Black each 

" Galvanized... " 


7^ 
5M 
1^ 
2.65 
4.65 


5% 

We 
3.75 

6.55 


6.55 


3*75 

6.55 


6.60 
11.55 


m 

6.60 
11.55 


m 

2 

6.60 
11.55 


10 

^% 

Ws 

6.60 

11.55 


6M 
6 

m 

10.50 

18.50 


Size inches 


5x2 


5x21^ 


5x3 


5x4 


6x2 


6x3 


6x4 


6x5 


7x3 


Dimensions A, inches 

B " 

C " 

Price, Black each 

" Galvanized... " 


m 

10 50 
18.50 


10.50 
18.50 


10^ 

m 

10.50 
18.50 


13 

Ws 
10.50 
18.50 


m 

22.00 
38.50 


10^ 

22.00 

38.50 


13M 
11 

Ws 
22.00 
38.50 


16M 

12^ 

3^ 
22.00 
38,50 


10^ 

2^ 
33.00 
58.00 


Size inches 


7x1 


7x5 


7x6 


8x3 


8x4 


10x4 


12x5 






Dimensions A inches 


13^6 

33.00 
58.00 


33*.bb 

58.00 


33.00 
58.00 


lOM 

44.00 
77.00 


13^ 
12 

44.00 
77.00 


14 

13 

3 

60.00 
102.00 


17 

151^ 
4 

85.00 
150.00 






B " 






C " 






Price, Black each 

*' Galvanized... " 











The inlet of 90° long turn "Y" branches is tapped, pitched % iiQch to the foot. 
The inlets on reducing fittings are always the smallest openings. 
Dimensions subject to a slight variation and change without notice. 



100 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



CAST IRON DRAINAGE FITTINGS 

Screwed for Wrought Pipe 



DOUBLE 90° LONG TURN 
"Y" BRANCH, TEE PATTERN 




REDUCING DOUBLE 90° LONG TURN 
"Y" BRANCH, TEE PATTERN 




DOUBLE 90° LONG TURN *'Y" BRANCHES, TEE PATTERN 



Size , inches 



Dimensions A 

B , . . . 
C . . . . 
Price, Black ..... 
" Galvanized 



. inches 

u 
tl 

. . each 



Size inches 



Dimensions A . . . . 

B . . . . 

C . . . . 

Price, Black 

" Galvanized 



. inches 

u 

. . each 



IM 



1.00 
1.75 



13M 

9.00 
15.75 



m \ 2 



1,10 
1.95 



15M 
24K 

14.00 
24.50 



103^ 

1.75 

3.10 



mi 

291^ 

30.00 
52.50 



Wz 



8M 
12K 

2 
3.60 
6.30 



21->^ 
33% 

45,00 
79.00 



15 

5.00 
8.75 



24% 

38^ 

5K 

60.00 

105.00 



REDUCING DOUBLE 90° LONG TURN '*Y" BRANCHES, TEE PATTERN 



Size inches 



Dimensions A. . . . 

B.... 

C... 

Price, Black 

" Galvanized 



.inches 

a 

. . . each 



Size inches 



Dimensions A . inches 

B " 

C " 

Price, Black each 

*' Galvanized " 



IMxl 



1 

1.10 
1.90 



3x2 



7% 
121^ 

1^ 
5.50 
9.65 



l^^xl 



m 
1 

1.25 
2.25 



4x2 



m 
m 

10.00 
17.50 



lixl} 



m 

1.25 
2.25 



4x3 



10 
163^ 

10.00 
17.50 



2xlM 



1.90 
3.35 



5x4 



13 

203^ 

Ws 
15.50 
27.00 



2x11^ 



5% 

We 
1.90 
3.35 



6x2 



33.00 
58.00 



2kir 



4.00 
7.00 



6x4 



13>16 

22 

33.00 
58.00 



2ixli 



5% 

m 

4.00 
7.00 



3xlii^ 



10 

5.50 
9.65 



6x5 



16M 
25^ 

3^ 
33.00 
58.00 



foot. 



The inlets of double 90=^ long turn *'Y" branches are tapped, pitched J^ inch to the 



The inlets on reducing fittings are always the smallest openings. 
Dimensions subject to a slight variation and change without notice. 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



101 



CAST IRON DRAINAGE FITTINGS 

SCREWED FOR WROUGHT PIPE 



LONG TURN 90° "Y" BRANCHES, 

WITH AUXILIARY INLETS 

WITH SIDE - WITH SIDE AND 

INLETS TOP INLETS 



90O »Y" BRANCHES (CLOSET TEES) 

WITH AUXILIARY WITH 45° 

WITH VENTS INLETS AUXILIARY INLETS 




Fig. 10285A 



Fig. 10285B 



~£ — 

Fig. 10285C 



Fig. 10285D 



Fig. 1028 5E 



LONG TURN 90° **Y" BRANCHES, WITH AUXILIARY INLETS 



Size . 




inches 


3 


4 


5x4 


6x4 










Price, 


with 2-in. 


Inlet, Ri^ht or Left Side, Black each 


5.25 


9.00 


12.00 


23.00 


" 


" 2 " 


u a u Galvanized. " 


9.20 


15.75 


21.00 


40.00 


" 


" 2 " 


" Both Sides, Black *' 


5.75 


10.00 


13.00 


25.00 


u 


u 2 " 


" Galvanized " 


•10.00 


17.50 


22.75 


44.00 


(< 


u 2 " 


" Ri^ht or left Side and 2-iii. Top Inlet, Blaek . . " 




10,00 


13.00 


25.00 


" 


" 2 " 


i.i u (( a u t( 9 (> i( (( fj^ly <« 




17.50 


22.75 


44.00 


(( 


" 2 " 


" Both Sides and 2-in. Top Inlet, Blk " 




11.00 


14.50 


28.00 


*' 


" 2 " 


" " " '^ 2 " " " Gak ...... " 




19.25 


25.50 


49.00 



90° *'¥" BRANCHES WITH VENTS— (CLOSET TEES) 




Size 


innbfis 


4 






Dimensions A 


. inches 


8M 
10.00 


B 


a 


" c 


u 


D 


(t 


Price, with 2-inch Vent on Branch, on Right or Left Side 

u 2 " " « " « " « « « Galvanized . . 


each 



90° **Y'' BRANCHES WITH AUXILIARY INLETS— (CLOSET TEES) 


Size inches 


4 


Dimensions A ' inches 


10 00 


" B « 


C « 


Price, with 2-inch Inlet on .Body on Ri^ht or Left Side each 

" 2 " " " " « "' " " " Galvanized « 



90° *'Y'* BRANCHES WITH 45° AUXILIARY I NLETS~(CLOSET TEES) 



Size 


. .inches 


4 


Dimensions A 


inches 


8M 

3% 
6 35 


B 


u 


C 


u 


Price, with 2-inch, 45° Inlet on Body, on Right or Left Side 


each 


" 2 " 45° " " " « « « " " Galvanized. 


u 


11.00 



Dimensions subject to a slight variation and change without notice. 



102 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



CAST IRON DRAINAGE FITTINGS 



Screwed for Wrought Pipe 



SPECIAL UPRIGHT "Y" BRANCH 

RUN ca l>JtET 

"^1 1- 





INCREASER 



Fig. 1268B Tig. 1268C 

SPECIAL UPRIGHT "Y" BRANCHES 



Size inches 



Dimensions A inclies 

B..... " 

Price, Black each 

" Galvanized *' 



2x11^ 



2.90 
5.10 



nxU 



5% 

4.50 
7.75 



2^x2 

m 

4.50 
7.75 



3x2 



6.00 
10.50 



.3x3 



5.50 
9.75 



4x2^ 

8.75 
15.25 



Jx4^ 

"IIM 

8.00 
14.00 



OFFSETS 



Size inches 



2 



3 



OffsetB 

Length A 

Price, Black 

" Galvanized . 



.inches 
, . .each 



4 

2.15 
3.75 



6 

2.40 
4.20 



8 

2.60 
4.55 



10 

2.85 
5.00 



3.35 

5.85 



6 

lOM 

4.00 
7.00 



8 

12M 
4.75 

8.30 



Size inches 



Offset B . . . . . 

Length A 

Price, Black . . 

" Galvanized. 



. inches 
, . . each 



10 

14M 
5.50 
9.65 



4 

5.00 

8.75 



6 

5.75 

10.00 



8 
13M 

6.50 
11.35 



_ 4^ 
10 

15M 

7.50 

13.15 



12 

17M 
• 8.50 
15.00 



6 

9.00 
1^.75 

~~6 " 



Size inches 



6 



6 



Offset B 

Length A 

Price, Black 

" Galvanized . 



.inches 
, . . each 



8 

10.00 
17.50 



W 

16^ 
11.00 
19.25 



12 

185^ 
12.00 
21.00 



6 

12.50 
22.00 



8 

13.50 
23.50 



6_ 

10 

14.50 
2t>.50 



12 

15.50 
27.00 



INCREASERS 



Size 


inches 


3x2 


4x2 


4x3 


5x2 1 5x3 


5x4 


6x4 


(Jxo 


Dimensions A 

Price, Black 

" Galvanized 


. . . .inches 
each 


9 
2.50 
4.40 


9 
3.75 

6.55 


9 
3.75 

6.55 


9 
5.50 
9.65 


9 

5.50 
9.65 


9 
5.50 
9.65 


•9 

6.50 
11.35 


9 

0.50 

11.35 


Size... 


inches 


7x4 


7x6 


8x4 


8x6 


10x8 


12x10 


14x6 


14x8 


Dimensions A... 

Price, Black 

" Galvanized 


. . . .inches 
each 


12.00 

20.00 


12.00 
20.00 


9 

15.00 
26.25 


9 

15.00 
26.25 


20.00 
35.00 


40.00 
70.00 


55.00 
95.00 


55.00 
95.00 



Dimensions subject to a slight variation and change without notice. 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



103 



CAST IRON DRAINAGE FITTINGS 



Screwed for Wrought Pipe 
HALF "S" TRAP 

VENT INLET 




Size -. 


inches 


DimensioBS A .' 


ino,hes 


B " 


C. 


a 


Size of Cleanout , " 


" " Vents - *' 


Price, Black 


each 


Galvanized " 



2 

8 

1 

2 
4.00 
7.00 



RUNNING TRAP 




CLEANOUT 
ng. 1271C 



lOM 

m 

iM 

3 

9.25 
16.00 



143^ 
10^ 

13M 

2 

4 
14.00 
24.00 



2 

4 
21.00 
37.00 



20M 



2 

4 
36.00 
63.00 







HALF 


-S" 


TRAPS 










Size inches 


IM 


IK 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


Dimensions A inches 


2^4 


2^ 


SMfi 


m 


51^ 


^% 


^% 


734 


%% 


B . . , . 


3Vs 


33/« 


4 


^Vh 


7 


Wh 


101/^ 


1114 


12^8 


. . . . 


2 


214 


'^% 


W9, 


m 


Wa 


5Jt6 


t^Ks 


6M 


Size of Vent. ..... " 


1^4 


m 


2 


3 


4 


4 


4 


5 


6 


" " Cleanout,. " 


1 


1 


1 


m 


2 


2 


2 


2 


3 


Price, Black -each 


1.55 


1.70 


2.20 


5.00 


10.00 


21.50 


32.50 


40.00 


55.00 


" Galvanized,. . " | 2.70 


3.00 


3.85 


8.75 


17.50 


37.50 


57.00 


70.00 


95.00 



RUNNING TRAPS 



Size , inches 



Dimensions A . . . , 
B.... 
C... 

Size of Vents 

" " Cleanout . , 

Price, Black 

" Galvanized. 



. inches 



.each 



734 

3M 

2 

IM 
1 

2.40 
4.20 



IK 



3^8 
2M 

IK 
1 

2.70 
4.70 



lOK 
4 

2?16 

2 

1 
3.30 
5.75 



3 



13M 

3K 
3 

IM 

5.50 

9.50 



17M 

7 

4 

2 

9.75 
17.00 



20K 
8^ 
4M 
4 
2 
24.50 
43.00 



Size inches 



8 



10 



12 



14 



Dimensions A . . . , 
B.... 
C . . . . 

Size of Vents 

" " Cleanout . . 

Price, Black 

" Galvanized . 



.inches 



.each 



234 

lOK 

5^ 

4 

2 
33.50 
58.50 



26M 
UM 

6K 

5 

2 
50.00 
87.50 



30M 
12^8 

6M 

6 

3 

65.00 
115.00 



36M 
14M 

8M 

6 
3 

115.00 
200.00 



41>^ 
17 

6 
3 

180.00 
300.00 



45 

18K 

lOK 

8 

4 

300.00 

500.00 



The outlet of half "S" traps and inlet and outlet of running traps, are tapped, 
pitched 34 inch to the foot. 

Dimensions subject to a slight variation and change without notice. 



104 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



CAST IRON DRAINAGE FITTINGS 

Screwed for Wrought Pipe 

RECESSED CLOSET FLANGE 

H A~^ ^\ 



CLOSET FLANGE 

t ■ — 

I I 



BRASS CLOSET FLANGE 



Fig. 1283A 



Fig. 1283B 
CLOSET FLANGES 



Fig. 1283C 



Size inches 



Diameter of Flange inches 

Price, Black each 

" Galvanized " 



7 
1.35 
2.35 



RECESSED CLOSET FLANGES-FOR ASBESTOS RING PACKING 


Size inches 


4 






Diameter of Flange inches 


7 


Price Black . . each 


1 35 


" Galvanized " 


2 35 









BRASS CLOSET FLANGES 


• 




Size 




inches 


4 






Diameter of Flanore . . . 




inches 


7 


Price 




each 


7.00 







TUCKER CONNECTION 



BRASS SOLDER NIPPLE 




ROOF CONNECTION 




MM 



Fig. 1283D 



Fig. 1283E 
TUCKER CONNEi^CTIONS 



Fig. 1283F 



Size 


inches 


2 


3 


4 


5. 


^ 6 


8 


Dimensions A 

Price, Black 

" Galvanized 


inches 

each 


4>^ 

.80 

lr40 


2.00 
3.50 


7 
3.25 

5 70 


7 

6.00 
10 50 


7 

8.75 

15 25 


7 
21.00 
37 00 













The inlets on reducing fittings are always the smallest openings. 
ROOF CONNECTIONS 



Size inches 



Dimensions A inches 

B 

C... *' 

Price, Black each 

" Galvanized " 



33^ 

m 

3 

1.15 
2.00 



4% 

m 

1.20 
2.10 



5^ 
6 

1.50 
2.60 



6% 

6 

2.00 
3.50 



1% 

m 

4.25 
7.40 



BRASS SOLDER NIPPLES 



Size inches 


1 


IH 


IH 


2 


3 


4 


5 


Price each 


.80 


.90 


1.05 


1.50 


2.75 


4.00 


9.00 



Dimensions subject to a slight variation and change without notice. 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



105 



BRASS, COPPER AND BRONZE PrPE 

SEAMLESS BRASS PIPE 




Iron Pipe Sizes— Regular and Extra Heavy 
Also Table Showing Actual Sizes and Approximate Weights per Foot 



Iron 
Pipe 
>Size 




Regular 


_ — _ ^ 

Thickness 




EXTR. 


V Heavy 


' 


Price 
per Pound 
in Cents 


Outside 


Inside 


Thick- 


Weight 


Outside 


Inside 


Thick- 


Weight 


Inches 


Diameter 


Diameter 


ness 


per Foot 


Diameter 


Diameter 


ness 


per Foot 


Advance on 




InehPs 


Inches 


Inches 


Pounds 


Inches 


Inches 


Inches 


Pounds 


Base Price 


\i 


.405 


.281 


.082 


.246 


.405 


.205 


.100 


.353 


8 


Vi 


.540 


.375 


.083 


.437 


.540 


.294 


.123 


.593 


7 


% 


.675 


.494 


.090 


.612 


.675 


.421 


.127 


.805 


2 


H 


.840 


.625 


.107 


.911 


.840 


.542 


.149 


1.191 


1 


y* 


1.050 


.822 


.114 


1.235 


1.050 


.736 


.157 


1.622 


Base 


1 


1.315 


1.062 


.126 


1.740 


1.315 


.951 


.182 


2.386 


a 


IK 


1.660 


1.368 


.146 


2.557 


1.660 


1.272 


.194 


3.291 


u 


m 


1.900 


1.600 


.150 


3.037 


1.900 


1.494 


.203 


3.986 


a 


2 


2.375 


2.062 


.157 


4.017 


2.375 


1.933 


.221 


5.508 


it 


2^ 


2.875 


2.500 


.188 


5.830 


2.875 


2.315 


.280 


8.407 


a 


3 


3.500 


3.062 


.219 


8.314 


3.500 


2.892 


.304 


11.24 


a 


m 


4. 


3.500 


.250 


10.85 


4. 


3.358 


.321 


13.66 


1 


4 


4.500 


4. 


.250 


12.29 


4.500 


3.818 


.341 


16.41 


2 


43^ 


5. 


4.500 


.250 


13.74 


5. 


4.250 


.375 


20.07 


4 


5 


5.563 


5.062 


.250 


15.40 


5.563 


4.813 


.375 


22.51 


6 


6 


6.625 


6.-125 


.250 


18.44 


6.625 


5.750 


.437 


31.32 


7 



Stock lengths are all 12 feet. Mill lengths run from 12 to 16 feet. 

SEAMLESS COPPER AND BRONZE PIPE 

Iron Pipe Sizes— Regular and Extra Heavy 
Also Table Showing Approximate Weights per Foot 



Iron Pipe 
Size inches 



Approximate "] 
Weightjper Lineal I 

Foot, Regular f 
Thickness I 

Approximate 
Weight, per Lineal 
Foot, Extra Heavy 
Price, per Pound, 
in Cents, Advance , 
on Base Prices J 



.259 



.371 



M 



.459 

.624 

7 



.644 

.847 

2 



'y2 

.958 

1.253 

1 



M 



1.298 

1.706 
Base 



1.829 



2.509 



IM 



2.689 

3.460 
Base 



^'A 



3.193 

4.191 
Base 



4.224 

5.791 
Base 



2>^ 



6.130 



8.839 



Diameters and thickness regular and extra heavy copper pipe, same as correspond- 
ing sizes of regular and extra heavy brass pipe. 

Stock lengths are all 12 feet. Mill lengths run from 12 to 16 feet. 
PoHshing, nickel-plating and threading on apph cation. 



106 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 




RAILING FITTINGS 



FINISHED BRASS 



No. 2 
SIDE OUTLET ELBOW 




Fig. 670A 



No. 4 
SIDE OUTLET TEE 



Pig. 670B 

No. 5 
CROSS 






Fig. 670C 

No. 6 
SIDE OUTLET CROSS 




Fig. 6 TOD 



Fig. 6 TOE 



Fig. 670F 





Fig. 670G 



Fig. 670H 



No. 9 
FLOOR FLANGE 




Fig. 670 J 



Size 


inches 


Yz 


% 


1 


IM 


W2 


2 


Price, No. 1, Elbows 

" " 2, Side Outlet Elbows . . . 


... ..each 


.40 

.75 

.60 

1.05 

1.05 

1.20 

.26 

.60 

.60 


.60 

1.00 

.85 

1.25 

1.25 

1.45 

.35 

.90 

.90 


.80 
1.10 
1.10 
1.50 
1.50 
1.70 

.40 
1.00 
1.00 


1.20 
1.70 
1.70 
2.00 
2.00 
2.25 
.70 
1.35 
1.35 


2.00 
2.00 
2.40 
2.40 
3.00 
.'95 
1.75 
1.75 


2.50 
3.00 


" " 3 Tees 

" " i, Side Outlet Tees 


it 


3.00 
3.50 


" 5, Crosses 

" " 6, Side Outlet Crosses . . . 


it 
u 


3.50 

4.00 


" " 7, Flanges 


a 


1.30 


" " 8 .Acorns 


ic 


2.50 


" 9,' Floor Flanges 


a 


2.50 



In ordering railing fittings, describe kind wanted by number and size. Railing fit- 
tings will always be furnished with all openings tapped right-hand, unless otherwise 
specified. Railing fittings tapped right and left or left-hand will be charged for at 15 
per cent additional, net. 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



107 



ROUGH BRASS FITTINGS 

MALLEABLE IRON PATTERN, IRON PIPE SIZE 



ELBOW 



For Steam Working Pressure up to 125 Pounds 
TEE 



CROSS 






Fig. 733A 



STANDARD 



Fig. 733B 
UNIONS 



Fig. 733C 
OCTAGON 





Fig. 733D 




















Fig. 


733E 












Effective January 15, 1915 




Size inches 


Vs 


H 


Vs 


H 


H 


1 


m 


1^2| 2 


2^ 


3 


m 


4 


Elbows, 90° 


each 


.12 


.15 


.20 


.28 


,40 


.63 


,90 


1.20:2.00 


3.50 


6.00 


8.00 


10.00 


" Reducing 


a 




.19 


.25 


.35 


.50 


.80 


1.10 


1.502.50 


4.25 


7.50 


10.00 


12.50 


45° 


iC 


.16 


.20 


.25 


.31 


.40 


,63 


.90 


1.202.00 


3.50 


6.00 


8.00 


10.00 


" Street 


ii 
ii 


.25 


.27 
.45 


.33 
.60 


.48 

.85 


.63 

1.20 


.851.50 2.0013.25 


6.00 
10.50 


10.00 

18.00 


.... 




Side Outlet 


1.90 2.75 


3.60[6.00 


" Drop, Female 


ii 






.35 


,45 


.65 


1.05 1.50 


2.003.40 


• . , . 


, . 


. 




Tees 


a 


.17 


.21 


.28 


.40 


.55 


.851.25 


1.70 2.80 


5.00 


8.50 


11.00 


14.66 


" Reducing 


ii 




.25 


.35 


.50 


.70 


1.05|1.55 


2.10 


3.50 


6.25 


10.50 


14.00 


17.50 


" Drop, Single Ear 


a 






.43 


,57 


.80 


1.25|l.85 


2.50 


4.20 


• . . . 


.... 


■ . * . 




« Double " .... 


a 


. . 




.58 


.74 


1.05 


1.70'2.45 


3.30 


5.60 


.... 


.... 


.... 


.... 


" Side Outlet 








.40 


1.20 
.55 


1.65 
.80 


2.50 3.75 

1.25180 


5.00 
2.40 


8.50 
4.00 






16.66 


26.66 


Crosses 


.25 .30 


7,66 12.00 


" Reducing 


a 


.. .88 


.50 


.70 


1.00 


1.55 2.25 


3.00 5.00 


8.75.15.00 


20.00 


25.00 


Couplings 




.10.13 
.13 .17 


.17 

.22 


.25 
,30 


.37 
.45 


,55 
.70 


.80 
1.00 


1.001.60 
1.30 2.00 


2.50 
3.10 


3.50 
4.50 


5.25 


7.00 


R. andL 


" Reducing 


ii 




.15 


.20 


.28 


.40 


.60 


.90 


1.101.75 


2.75 


4.00 


6.66 


8.66 


Bushings, Regular 


a 




.10 


.12 


.15 


.22 


.35 


.50 


.70 1.00 


1.50 


2.50 


3.75 


5.00 


« Faced 


a 




.12 


.15 


.19 


.27 


,44 


.62 


.87 1.25 


1.85 


3.10 


4.75 


6.25 


PluES. Regular 


it 
ii 


.08 


.10 


.12 

.18 


.15 
.22 
.22 


.20 
.30 
.30 


.30 
.45 
.45 


.45 

.80 
.65 


.60 

1.20 


.95 
1,90 


1.50 
3.00 


2.25 

4.50 


3.75 

7.50 


5.00 
10.00 


"'^'Solfd 


" Countersunk 


.90 1.40 


Caps , 


ii 


.10 


.is 


.16 


.20 


.30 


.42 


.60 


.801.25 


2.50 


3.56 


5.50 


7.66 


Locknuts 


ii 


.10 


.10 


.12 


.15 


.20 


.28 


.40 


.55 


.80 


1.75 


2,75 


4.00 


5.00 


Return Bends, Close 


ii 


.30 


.40 


.55 


.70 


1.00 


1.25 


1.80 


2.50 


4.25 


7.00 


10.00 


.... 




Open 


it 


.40 


.50 


.60 


.80 


1.10 


1.40 


2.15 


3.00 


4.75 


8.25 


11.00 




.... 


^'Y" Bends 


ii 






.60 


.75 


1.10 


1.65 


2.50 


3.30 5.50 


9.50 


16.00 


21.66 


26.00 


Unions, Standard, Rough. . 


ii 


.40 


.50 


.65 


.85 


1.15 


1.60 


2.25 


2.70;4.00 


7.50 


11.50 






Semitinished 


i( 


.45 


.55 


.75 


.95 


1.30 


1.75 


2.50 


3.00 


4.50 


8.25 12.7522.50 


30.66 


" Octagon, Rough . . . 


ti 


.60 


.65 


.85 


1.10 


1.50 


2.00 


2.80 


3.60 


5.25 


9.00il4.00;22.50 


30.00 


Nipples, Close 


ii 


.11 


.13 


.15 


.23 


.28 


.37 


.60 


.70 


1.00 


1.70| 2.50! 4.00 


4.75 


Prices covering brass nipples 


in 


Ion 


gS] 


zes, 


on a 


ppH 


catic 


>n. 













108 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



FINISHED BRASS FITTINGS 

MALLEABLE IRON PATTERN, IRON PIPE SIZE 

For Steam Working Pressure up to 125 Pounds 



ELBOW 



TEE 



CKOSS 




Fig. 732A 





Fig. 732C 



STANDARD 



OCTAGON 





Fig. 732D 



Fig. 732E 



Effective, January 15, 1915 



inches 

Elbows, 90° each 

" Reducing " 

« 45° " 

« Street " 

Side Outlet.... " 

« Drop, Female.. " 

Tees '* 

" Reducing " 

" Drop, Single Ear.. " 

« " Double « . . " 

« Side Outlet *] 

Crosses 

Reducing " 

Couplings " 

R. and L « 

« Reducing " 

Bushings, Regular " 

Plugs, Regular " 

" Solid " 

" Countersunk " 

Caps " 

Locknuts " 

Return Bends, Close " 

Open.... " 

*'Y" Bends " 

Unions, Standard, Polished ... " 

« « «& Tinned " 

« Octagon, Polished... '' 



42 



23 



M 



.35 

,44 

,45 

52 

1.05 

.49 
.60 



.70 

.88 
.28 
.37 
.35 
.22 
.30 



rs 



.25 

.25 

1.00 

1.10 



.75 
.90 



.45 
.55 
.55 
.63 

1.35 
.85 
.63 

.77 
1.13 
1.28 

'90 
1.10 
.36 
.47 
.45 
.27 
.37 
.43 

!31 
.32 
1.30 
1.35 
1.35 
,85 
1.05 
1.15 



y2 



.56 

.70 

.66 

.83 

1.70 

1,05 

-80 

1.00 

1.37 

1.54 

2.05 

1.10 

1.40 

.46 

.58 

.56 

.35 

.43 

.50 

.42 

.40 

.40 

1.55 

1.65 

1.60 

1.05 

1.30 

1.45 



.75 

.95 

.85 

1.08 

2.25 

1.40 

1.05 

1.30 

1.80 

2.05 

2.70 

1.50 

1.85 

.63 

.80 

.75 

.47 

.55 

.65 

.55 

.55 

.50 

2.05 

2.15 

2.15 

1.40 

1.70 

1.90 



1.10 

1.40 

1.23 

1.45 

3.30 

2.00 

1.50 

1.85 

2.55 

3.00 

3.90 

2.^0 

2.75 

.90 

1.15 

1.05 

.70 

.75 

.90 

.80 

.77 

.65 

2.65 

2.80 

3.05 

1.90 

2.35 

2.50 



IM 13^ 



1.55 2.00 
1.90,2.50 
1.702.20 
2.303.00 
4.706.00 
2.80'3.60 
2.15 2.80 



2.65 
3.65 
4.25 
5.70 
3.10 
3.85 
1.30 
1.65 
1,55 
1.00 
1.00 
1.35 
1.15 
1.10 
.85 
3.75 
4.10 
4.45 
2.75 
3.30 
3.35 



3.50 
4.70 
5.50 
7.40 
4.00 
5.00 
1.60 
2.10 
1,90 
1.40 
1.30 
1.90 
1.55 
1.50 
1.10 
4.90 
5.40 
5.70 
3.25 
3.85 
4.25 



3.00 
3.75 
3.25 
4.50 
9.00 
5.40 
4.20 
5.25 
7.00 
8.40 
11.50 
6.00 
7.50 
2,35 
3.00 
2.75 
2.00 
1.95 
2.90 
2.25 
2.25 
1.60 
7.25 
7.75 
8.50 
5.00 
5.90 
6.00 



2J^ 



5.50 
6.75 
6.00 
8.50 

16.50 



9.00 
11.25 

9.75 
13.75 
27.00 



7.75 
9.75 



11.00 
13.75 
4.00 
5.10 
4.75 
3.00 
3.00 
4.50 



4.00 

3.25 

13.00 



12.75 
15.80 



19.50 24.50 
24.50 30.50 



18.00 
22.50 
5.75 
7. 

7.00 
4.50 
4.25 
6.50 



5.50 

4.75 

19.00 



14.25,20.00 
15.50 25.00 
9.00114.00 
10.20 16.25 
10.00 16.00 



m 



14.0017.50 

17.50 22.00 
15.50 19.50 



28.00 35.00 

35.00 44.00 

9.75 12.50 



12.00 
6.25 
6.25 

10.00 



8.00 
6.50 



33.00 



15.50 

8,00 

8.00 

13.00 



10.00 

8.00 



41.00 



25.00 33.00 
28.0036.75 
25.00,33.00 



.uiiullii 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



109 



BRASS FITTINGS 



ELBOW 




CAST IRON PATTERN, IRON PIPE SIZE 

For Working Pressures up to 250 Pounds 

"^^^ FLANGE UNION 



Fig. 734A 





Fig. 734B 
Effective January 15, 1915 
ROUGH 



Fig. 734C 



Size inches 


K 


% 


¥2 


M 


1 


m\ m 


2 


23^1 3 


m 


4 4K 


5 


6 


Elbows, 90° each 


.33 


.45 


.65 


1,00 


1.50 


2.253.00 


4.50 


8.00 11.25 


16.00 


22.00 27.00 


35.00 


45.00 


« Reducing... " 




,55 


.75 


1.20 


1.80 


2.60 


3.50 


5.25 


9.00 13.00 


19.00 


25.00;30.00 


40.00 


50.00 


« 45° « 


.45 


.55 


.75 


1.10 


1.65 


2.50 


3.25 


4.50 


8.00 11.25 


16.00 


22.00 


27.00 


35.00 


45.00 


« R.andL. « 


.40 


.55 


.75 


1.20 


1.80 


2.60 


3.50 


5.25 


9.00 13,00 












Tees « 


.45 


.60 


.90 


1.35'2.00 


3.00 


4.00 


6,00 


10.75 15.00 


^^00 


30 00 


36 00 


46.00 '60.00 


« Reducing.... « 




.70 


1.05 


1.55 2.30 


3.50 


4.50 


6.75 


12.00 17.00 


25.00 


35,00 


40.00 


51.00 66.00 


Crosses " 


.70 


.90 


1.30 


2.00 


3.00 


4.50 


6.00 


9.00 


16.00 22.50 


28.00 


37.00 


45.00 


60.00 75.00 


" Reducing. « 




1.10 


1.50 


2.40 


3.60 


5.25 


7.00 


10.50 


18.00 26.00 


32.00 


42.00 


50.00 


66.00 82.00 


Couplings " 


.40 


.50 


.70 


1.10 


1.65 


2.25 


3.00 


4.50 


7.00 10.00 


13.00 


17.00 


21.00 


27.00 35.00 


Return Bends, Close. « 




. . . 


1.65 


2.50 


3.50 


5.00 


7.00 


10.00 


16.00 22.00 


30.00 


40.00 








" Open. « 




. . . 


1.80 


2.75 


4.00 


5.50 


8.00 


11.00 


18.00 25.00 


35.00 


45,00 








"Y'^ Bends.... « 


.90 


1.10 


1.50 


2.50 


3.50 


5.50 


7.25 


11.00 


19.00 27.00 


33.00 


45.00 


55.00 


70.66 


90.00 



FINISHED 



Size inches 

Elbo"ws,lr7TTeacr 

" Reducing " 

" 45°..,. « 

« R.andL. " 
Tees " 

« Reiue'ing. " 
Crosses . " 

" Reducing. " 
Couphngs.. " 
Return Bends, 

Close « 

Return Bends, 

Open « 

«Y'* Bends. " 



U 



y% 



IM 



W2 



2 2^ I 3 



W2 



4M 



.73 



.95 1.25 
1.15 1,50 
1.15 1.50 
1.15 1.50 
1.25 1.70 
1.50 2.05 
1.50 1.90 2.50 
2.35 3.00 

.90 1.15 



. . . 2.85 

...'3.00 
2.10 2.70 



.95 

.90 

1.00 



.75 



1.70 



4.00 

4.25 
4.00 



2.50 
3.00 

2.85 
3.00 
3.35 
4.00 
5.00 
6.00 
2.40 

5,50 

6.00 
5.50 



3.50 

4.10 
4.00 
4.10 
4.65 
5.50 
7.00 
8.25 
3.20 

7.50 

8.00 
8.00 



4.50 
5.35 
5.10 
5.35 

6,00 
7.00 
9.00 
10.75 
4.15 

10.00 

11.00 
10.25 



6.25 
7.50 
6.75 
7.50 

8.35 



10.50 
12.00 
11.00 

12.00; 

14.00 



9.7516.00: 



12.50 

15.00 

5.85 

13.50 

14.50 
14.50 



21.00 

24.00' 

9.00 



14,75 

17.25 
15.50 
17.25 
19.75 
23.00 
29.50 
35.00 
13.00 



23.50 
28.00 
25.00 



31.00 
36.00 
33.00 



38.00 
43.75 
40.75 



48.00 
56.00 
51.00 



60.00 
70.00 
65.00 



21.00,29.00 

23.00,32.00 
24.00 34.00 



32.00 

37.00 
43.00 
50.00 
18.50 

45,00 

50.00 
48,00 



42.00 
50.00 
55,00 
64.00 
24,00 

58.00 

63.00 
63,00 



51.00 
58.00 
67.00 
75.00 
29.00 



64.00 
70.00 
85.00 
95.00 
37.00 



80.00 

90.00 

105,00 

120,00 

47,00 



77.00 96.00 120.00 



FLANGE UNIONS 



Size inches 


¥2 


% 


1 


IM 


IM 


2 


W2 


Price, 125 Pounds Working Pressure, Iron Bolts. each 
" Extra Heavy " 


4.00 


4.50 

7.50 


5.00 

8.50 


5.50 

11.00 


7.00 
13.00 


9.00 

16.00 


11.50 

18,00 


Size inches 


3 


3^ 


4 


W2 


5 


6 


.... 


Price, ] 25 Pounds Working Pressure, Iron Bolts.each 
" Extra Heavy " 


15.00 
24.00 


18.00 
27.00 


22.00 
30.00 


27,00 
37,00 


35.00 

48.00 


45.00 
60.00 


.... 



lio 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



STANDARD BRASS VALVES 

WITH BRASS DISC 

GLOBE ANGLE CROSS 






Fig. 5241A Fig. 5241B 

GLOBE, ANGLE AND CROSS— SCREWED 



Fig. 5241C 



Size 


inches 


Vs 


H 


Vs 


'A 


H 


1 


IH 


Pricej Globe or Angle 

" Cross 


each 


.72 


.72 
1.25 


.77 
1.25 


1.00 
1:50 


1.26 

2.00 


1.80 2.52 
2.50 3.50 


Size 


inches 


IV, 


2 


214 


3 


W2 


4 1 •■• 


Price, Globe or Angle 

" Cross 


each 


3.50 

5.00 


5.30 
8.00 


10.00 
16.00 


14.40 
24.00 


26.5036.00 





GLOBE 


AND 


ANGLE— FLANGED 








Size inches 


M 


1 


IM 


W2 


2 


W2 


3 


3M 


4 


Diam. of Flanges, .inches 
Price each 


5.00 


4 
6.75 


8.50 


5 

10.50 


6 
16.00 


7 
23.00 


71 ^^> 
35.00 


m 

50.00 


9 
70.00 



GLOBE AND ANGLE— WITH WOOD WHEEL 



Size inches 


M 


% 


V2 


% 


1 


3.25 


W2 
4.35 


2 






Price, Rough Body, Plain . .each 


1.15 


1.25 


1.40 


1.75 


2.35 


6.85 


" Plated All Over " 


1.40 


1.55 


1.70 


2.10 


2.75 


3.70 


4.85 


7.60 


" Finished All Over ... " 


1.85 


2.00 


2.15 


2.50 


3.25 


4.35 . 


.5.75 


9.00 


" and Pluti'd All Over " 


2.15 


2.30 


2.45 


2.85 


3.65 


4.80 


6.25 


9.75 



GLOBE AND ANGLE— WITH FINISHED BRASS WHEEL 



Size inches 


'm 


% 


^ 


% 


1 


IM 


W2 


2 


Price, Finished each 

and Plated. " 


2.75 
3.25 


3.00 
3.50 


3.15 
3.70 


3.50 

4.10 


4.25 

4.90 


5,60 
6.30 


7.00 
7-. 75 


10.25 
11.25 




NEEDLE— WITH NON-HEATING WHEEL 



Size inches 

Size of Feed Opening inches 

Price, Globe, Female Openings . . each 
" Angle " ^ '' .. " 
** Angle with Union '* 



3^ 



>16 

1.40 
1.40 
2.00 



1.50 
1.50 

2.20 



JA_ 

% 
2.00 
2.00 
3.00 




Used for Regulating fuel oil feed and are made to order only. 

In ordering, state size of opening for feed; otherwise will furnish 
as above. Also state whether globe or angle, and with female open- 
ings or with union. 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



111 



STANDARD BRASS CHECK VALVES 

ANGLE VERTICAT, 

HORIZONTAL ___,_, ,__ 






Fig. 739A Fig. 739B Fig. 739C 

HORIZONTAL, ANGLC AND VERTICAL-SCREWED 



^ize inches 


.65 


K 


% 


V^ 


M 


1 


IM 


Price, Horizontal each 

An^le or Vertical " 


.65 

.72 


.70 

.77 


.90 
1.00 


1.15 

1.26 


1.60 
1.80 


2.25 
2.52 


Size inches 


IH 


2 


2^ 


3 


m 


4 




Price, Horizontal each 


3.15 
3.50 


4.75 
5.30 


9.00 
10.00 


13.00 
14.40 


24.00 


32.50 




" Angle or Vertical " 





Vertical made to 2-inch only. 









HO 


RIZONTAL- 


-FLANGED 








" ■•■ 


Size . . 




. inches 


% 


1 


IH 


IH 


2 


W2 


3 


m, 


4 


Diam 

Price . 


of Flanges. 


.inches 
. . . each 


W2 

4.90 


4 

6.50 


^V2 

8.25 


5 

10.15 


6 
15.50 


7 
22.00 


W2 

33.50 


W2 

47.50 


9 
66.50 



HORIZONTAL 
WITH DRIP COCK 



BALL 



SWING 






Fig. 739E 



Fig. 739F 



Fig. 739D 



HORIZONTAL, BALL 


AND SWING-SCREWED 






Size 


inches 


v^ 


V^ 


Vi 


1 


IM 


Price, Horizontal, with Drip Cock , . 

" without Drip Cock 


each 


1*80 


2.15 

1.85 
1.60 
2.00 


2.55 

2.20 
2.30 
2.25 


3.15 

2.70 
3.10 
2.80 


4.05 
3.60 
4.00 
3.65 


" Ball Check " 


Swing Check 


" 


Size 


inches 


11^ 


■ 2 


21^ 


3 




Price, Horizontal, with Drip Cock 

" without Drip Cock 

" Ball Check 

" Swing Check 


..... each 


eiso 

4.75 


9^46 
6.75 


I'sVdo 


24.00 


.... 



i^ 



I 



112 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



STANDARD BRASS VALVES 

WITH JENKINS DISC 

GLOBE ANGLE 



CROSS 





Fig. 2224A 




Fig. 2224B 



Fig. 2224C 



GLOBE, ANGLE AND CROSS^SCREWED 



Size inches 


H 


K 1 % 


^ 


H 


1 


IM 


1^ 


2 


2>2 j"3 


Price, Globe and Angle . each 
" Cross « 


1.10 
1.70 


1.10 

1.70 


1.25 
2.00 


1.60 
2.25 


2.20 
2.50 


2.80 
3.25 


4.00 
4.75 


5.50 

6.25 


8.75 
9.50 


15.75 22.00 
20.00 27.50 



GLOBE, 


ANGLE AND CROSS- 


FLANGEd 






Size 


inches 


H 


1 


1¥ 


1]4 1 2 


2U 


3 


Price, Globe and Angle 

" Gross 


each 

a 


5.00 

8.00 


6.00 
9.00 


9.00 
12.00 


11.0016.50 
15.00|23.00 


25.00 
33.00 


34.00 

44.00 



GLOBE AND ANGLE— WITH WOOD WHEEL 



Size 


. . . .inches 


'A 


Va. 


1 


IV, 


IK 


2 


Price, Rough Body, Plain 

" Nickel-plated AU Over . . . . 


each 


2.00 
2.40 
2.50 
2.90 


2.50 

2.90 
3.00 
3.40 


3.20 
3.60 
3.75 
4.15 


4.50 
4.90 
5.25 
5.65 


6.25 
6.65 
7.25 
7.65 


10.50 
10 90 


" Finished All Over 


a 


11 75 


" " and NickeUplated All Over 


a 


12.15 



GLOBE AND ANGLE— WITH FINISHED BRASS WHEEL 






Size inches 


"% 


Va ' 


1 


1¥ 


1\4 


2 


Price, Finished All Over each 

and Nickel-plated All Over " 


3.50 
4.15 


4.00 
4.65 


4.75 
5.40- 


{^.50 

7.15 


8.50 
9.15 


13.00 
13.65 



EXTRA DISCS— ROUND HOLE— STANDARD 

For 100 Pounds Pressure 



Size 


inches 


K 


% 


V2 


% 


1 


IH 


IK 


2 

.18 


2^ 
.24 


3 
.40 


3K 
-50 


4 
.60" 


4V^; 


Price 


each 


.03 


.04 


.04 


.05 


.06 


.09 


.12 


.70 


Size 


inches 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 
2.25 


12 
2.50 


T4~ 
3.50 


16 


18 


20 


22 
7.50 


24 


Price 


each 


.80 


1.00 


1.20 


1.40 


1.80 


4.00 


5.00 


6.00 


9.00 



CHECK— HORIZONTAL OR ANGLE— SCREWED 








Size inches 


M 


H 


H 


H 


1 


IM 


IH 


2 


[23^7] 


3 


Price each 


1.10 


1.20 


1.30 


1.90 


2.60 


3.60 


5.00 


7.50 


13.50 


21.00 



CHECK— HORIZONTAL OR ANGLE— FLANGED 



Size inches 


K M 


1 


IK 


IK 


2 


2H 


3 


Price each 


4.00 5.00 


6.00 


8.00 


10.00 


15.00 


23.00 


32.00 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



113 



BRASS GATE VALVES 



QUICK OPENING 



HOSE 



STANDARD 




Rg. 4S31BA 




Fig:. 4836B 
STANDARD-SCREWED 




Fig. 4836C 



bize ^^^^ inches 



P^i^e • . . ■ each 



^^^^ inches 

"^^^^ each 



M 



1.45 



7.30 



1.45 



W2 



13.00 



% 



1.65 



19.00 



2.05 



*3K 



43.00 



2.80 



58.00 



IM 



3.70 



110.00 



W2 



5.00 



165.00 



STANDARD-FLANGED 



Siz e inches 

Diameter of Flanges inches 

Face to Face « 

"^ic^ each 



6 
25.00 



W2 



7 

6 

33.00 



W2 

39.00 



*3i^ 



6K 
68.00 



9 

7 

83.00 



10 
135.00 



11 

10% 
190.00 



QUICK OPENING-SCREWED 



Size .^^.^^j^^^^^^^^^^^ inches 

Price \,, each 



H 



3.60 



4.80 



IM 



6.20 



1>^ 



8.50 



11. 



23^ 



20.25 



QUICK OPENING-FLANGED 



30.00 



^^^ ^ inches 

Price 



.each 



29.50 



23^ 



40.00 



50.00 



HOSE-WITH IRON WHEEL 



_1JL • • • • • • • ^^- •_^ • inches 

Price, Rough Body, without Cap and Chain,each 
" with « « « ' « 



3.35 

5.10 



IM 



4.70 
6.70 



m 



6.25 

8.85 



9.00 
12.60 



2>i 



15.00 
20.00 



22.00 
29.50 



HOSE-WITH FINISHED BRASS WHEEL 



^1^^ • • inches 



Price, Finished, without Cap and Chain., .each 
" " with " " « .. « 

" and Nickel-plated, without 

Cap and Chain « 

" Finished and Nickel-plated, with 

Cap and Chain « 



6.90 
8.65 

7.50 

9.25 



1^ 



9.10 
11.10 

9.80 

11.80 



W2 



11.85 
14.45 

12.65 

15.25 



17.30 
20.90 

18.30 

21.90 



2>^ 



26.00 
31,00 

27.25 

32.25 



38.00 
45.50 

39.75 

47.25 



order^n™'"^^ ^^ ^^^^^ ^^^^^^ ^^^^ flanged bonnet, non-rising stems and are made on 

Hose valves have standard iron pipe thread on female end and hose thread on male 
end. When ordermg, send sample hose thread. 



114 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



STANDARD IRON BODY VALVES 

BRASS MOUNTED 

GLOBE 




Fig. 062OA 



ANGLE 




Fig. 96203 



Size 


_ - . inp.hps 


2 


21/^ 


3 






Price, Globe or Angle, Screwed 


each 


5.40 


7.35 


9.80 


" " " P^langed 


" 


7.00 


9.00 


12.50 


'' Cross, Screwed 


a 


6.50 


9.00 


12.50 


" Flanged 


" 


9.00 


11.75 


16.50 



GLOBE 




WITH YOKE 

ANGLE 




CROSS 




Fig. 9620C 


Fig. 96201 


\ 








Fig. 9620E 


Size inches 


2 


2^ 


3 


m 


4 


m 


5 


6 


Price, Globe, or Angle, Herd. , each 
" " " Flgd.. " 

" Cross, Screwed " 

" Flanged " 


7.00 
8.60 


9.00 
10.75 


12.50 
15.00 
16.25 
20.00 


15.25 

18.50 
20.00 
25.00 


19.00 
22.50 
23.50 
28.50 


24.00 
27.50 
30.65 
36.00 


.27.00 
31.00 
35.25 
41.00 


37.50 
42.00 
47.25 
54.00 


Size inches 


7 


8 


10 


12 


14 


15 


"16"" 




Price, Globe or Angle, Scrd. . each 


63.00 
68.00 
78.00 
85.00 


72.00114.00170.00 
77. 001123. 00:187. 00 
92.00162.00 240.00 










a a « Flgd.. '* 

" Cross, Screwed ., « 


350.00 




475.00 




" Flanged....... " 


100.00 


175.00 


265.00 











CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



115 



STANDARD IRON BODY CHECK VALVES 

For Working Pressures up to 125 Pounds 

SCREWED 

VERTICAL 



SWING 



HORIZONTAL 






Fig. 761A 



Fig. 761B 



Fig. 7610 



Size inches 


" 2 


2K 


3 


m 


4 , 4H 


5 


6 


7 


8 


10 


12 


Price, Borizontal.eacb 


3.60 


6.50 

9.50 
12.00 


8.90 
12.50 
13.50 


12.25 
17.00 

17.50 


14.2519.00 

21.00 30.00 
20.00 26.00 


22.00 
33.00 

30.00 


30.00 

40.00 
36.00 










" VtTtiMl... " 










" Swing.. " 


55.00 


70.00 


110.00 


160.00 



FLANGED 

VERTICAL 



SWING 



HORIZONTAL 








Fig. 761D 



Fig. 761E 
HORIZONTAL 



Fig, 761F 



Size, inches 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


10 


12 


14 


15 


Diameter of Flanges, indies 
Price each 


7}^ 
11.50 


9 

18.00 


10 
26.00 


11 
35.00 


12^2 
50.00 


13K 
62.00 


16 
115.00 


19 
175.00 


21 

300.00 


22M 





VERTICAL 












Size 




. .inches 


6 


7 


8 


10 








Diameter of Flanges 

Price 




. .inches 

Pfl f'h 


11 
45 00 


12^ 
67 00 


13H 
78.00 


16 
135 00 











SWING 



Size inches 


2K 


3 1 SH 


4 


4H 


5 


6 


7 


8' 


Diameter of Flanges. . . .inclies 

Price, Flanged each 

" Hub End... " 


7 
14.50 


17.00 
19.00 


8^2 

21.00 


9 
24.00 
27.00 


9K 
30.00 


10 
34.00 
38.00 


11 
41.00 

45.00 


12K 
60.00 


13K 
75.00 

82.50 


Size inches 


10 


12 


14 


15 


16 


18 


20 


24 


30 


Diameter of Flansjes. .... inches 

Price, Flanged... .each 

" Hub End,. " 


16 
115.00 

125.00 


19 
168.00 

185.00 


21 
340.00 
340.00 


22H 
400.00 


23M 
450.00 
450.00 


25 

600.00 
600.00 


27J4 
700.00 
700.00 


32 

1000.00 
1000.00 


38M 
1650.00 
1650.00 



116 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



STANDARD IRON BODY VALVES 



WITH JENKINS DISC 
BRASS MOUNTED 



GLOBE 




ANGLE 




Fig. 4831A 




Fig. 4831B 




Size 


inches 


2 


2^ 


3 


Prinp Olohft or Anerle. Scrswed 


, each 


7.25 

8.50 


11.00 
13.00 


16.00 


" *' " Flanged 


a 


18.00 



WITH YOKE 
GLOBE 





Fig. 4831C 








Fig. 4831D 








Size inches 


W2 


3 


3K 


4 


4^ 


5 


End to End, Screwed, Globe inches 

Face " Pace. Flanered, " " 


8 

4 

4M 

7 
12.00 
14.00 


m 

10 

m 

16.75 
18.50 


11 

W2 

19.50 

21.50 


10J4 
12 

514 

6 

9 
24.00 
26.00 


llM 
13 

^% 

W2 

9M 

32.00 

34.00 


1214 
13M 


Center to End, Screwed, Angle " 

" Pace, Flanged, " " 

Diameter of Flansres " 


6>^ 
10 


Price, Globe or Angle, Screwed each 

" " Flanged " 


40.00 
42.00 


Size inches 


6 


7 


8 


10 


12 




End to End, Screwed, Globe inches 

Fapft " Pace. Flanered. " " 


14 

16 

7 

8 

11 

48.00 

50.00 


17 
17 

80.00 
80.00 


9M 

9M 

13J^ 

90.00 

90.00 


22^ 
22^ 
ilM 
ilM 
16 


2514 
25^ 
12% 
12M 
19 








Center to End, Screwed, Angle " 

" Face, Flanged, " " 

Diameter of Flanges " 




Price, Globe or Angle, Screwed each 

« " " " Flanged. " 


130.00 
130.00 


185.00 
|185.00 





CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



117 



STANDARD IRON BODY GATE VALVES 

BRASS TRIMMINGS, WEDGE GATE, OPEN TO THE LEFT 
NON-RISING STEM 

SCREWED FLANGED HUB ENDS 









Fig. 6314A 



Fig. 6314B 
Adopted November 15, 1911 



mtt 



Fig. 6314C 



SCREWED OR FLANGED 

Sizes 16-iiicli and Smaller, for Steam Working Pressures up to 125 Pounds; Sizes 18-incli smd 
Larger, for Pressures up to 100 Pounds 



Size inches 


2 


2>^ 


3 


33^ 


4 


4^ 


5 


6 


Face to Face. .inches 
Diam., Flanges " 
Price, Screwed, each 
" Flanged *' 


7 

6 
10.00 
12.00 


11.50 

13.50 


8 

m 

14.00 
16.50 


83^ 

m 

17.00 

19.50 


9 

9 

19.00 

23.00 


9^ 

9M 

24.00 

28.00 


10 

10 

27.50 

31.50 


lOH 
11 

32.50 
36.50 


Size .inches 


7 


8 


9 


10 


12 


14 


15 


16 


Face to Face..inches 
Diam., Flanges '* 
Price, Screwed, each 
" Flanged " 


11 

12H 
45.00 
49.00 


113^ 

54.00 
58.00 


12 

15 
76.00 

81.00 


13 

16 
90.00 
95.00 


14 

19 
125.00 
133.00 


15 
21 

isi'.oo 


15 

22M 

226*60 


16 

233^ 

266'. 66 


Size inches 


18 


20 


22 


24 


26 


28 


30 




Face to Face..inches 
Diam., Flanges " 
Price, Flanged, each 


17 

25 

350.00 


18 

271^ 
425.00 


19 

293^ 
530.00 


20 
32 

600.00 


23 

34M 
800.00 


26 
36>^ 
950.00 


30 

383X 
1100.00 


.... 


HUB ENDS 

Sizes 12-incli and Smaller, for Water Working Pressures up to 175 Pounds; Sizes 14 and 
16-lncli, up to 150 Pounds; Sizes 18-lnch and Larger, up to 120 Pounds 


Size inches 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


10 


End to End . . inches 
Price each 


10.00 


9 
14.00 


19.00 


27.50 


lOM 

32.50 


lOM 

45.00 


12 

54.00 


12M 
90.00 


Size inches 


12 


14 


16 


18 


20 


24 


30 




End to End. .inches 

Price each 

" with By-Pass. " 


125.00 


13M 
173.00 


16 
250.00 

315.00 


17 

340.00 
415.00 


17 
415.00 
500.00 


18 

590.00 
690.00 


30 
1075.00 
1225.00 


.... 



All iron gates, same list prices as brass mounted. 



118 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



STANDARD IRON BODY GATE VALVES 

SPUR GEARED 



WITH OUTSIDE SCREW 
AND YOKE, STEEL STEM 




BRASS TRIMMINGS 

FOR STEAM WORKING PRESSURES 

Sizes 16-lnch and Smaller, up to 

125 Founds; Sizes IS-lnch and 

Larger, up to 100 Pounds 




Fig. 2335A ' Fig. 2335B 

WITH OUTSIDE SCREW AND YOKE. OPEN TO THE LEFT, 
WEDGE GATE 

The outside screw and yoke indicates whether the valve is open, partly open 
or closed. 



Size inches 2 


2>^ 


3 


W2 


4 


m 


5 ! 6 


Price, with Steel Stem, Screwed. ... each 
" " " " Flanged.,.." 
" " Brass " Screwed.... " 
" " " " Flanged...." 


17.50 
19,50 
19.00 
21.00 


19.00 
21.00 

20.50 
22.50 


22.00 
24.50 
23.50 
26.00 


25.00 
27.50 
27.00 
29.50 


30.00 
34.00 
32.50 
36.50 


37.00 
41.00 
40.00 
44.00 


42.00 
46.00 
45.00 
49.00 


48.00 
52.00 
52.00 
56.00 


Size ..inches 


7 


8 


9 


10 


12 


14 


15 


16 


Price, with Steel 8tem, Screwed each 

" " " " Flanged. . . . *' 

*' " Brass " Screwed " 

" " " " Flanged.... " 


64.00 
68.00 
69.00 
73.00 


80.00 
84.00 
86.00 
90.00 


105.00 
110.00 
113.00 
118.00 


122.00 
127.00 
131.00 
136.00 


160.00 
168.00 
172.00 
180.00 


236*66 

255*66 


285*66 

-3i6"66 


325*. 66 

356 '66 


Size ..inches 


18 


20 


22 


24 


26 


■28 


30 




Price, with Steel Stem, Flanged each 

" " Brass " " .... " 


435.00 
470,00 


525.00 

565.00 


650.00 
700.00 


725.00 
775.00 


950.00 
1025.00 


1125.00 
1210.00 


1300.00 
1400.00 





SPUR GEARED, FLANGED OR HUB END, OPERATED WITH GEARING 
WEDGE GATE, OPEN TO THE LEFT, NON-RISING STEM 



Size inches 



16 



18 



20 



22 



24 



26 



Price, Flanged End each 

" with By-Pass.. " 

" HubEnd " 

" with By-Pass " 



360,00 
425.00 
350.00 
415.00 



460.00 
535.00 
450.00 
525.00 



550.00 
635.00 
540.00 
625.00 



675.00 
775.00 



750.00 
850.00 
740\00 
840.00 



1000.00 
1125.00 



Size inches 



28 



30 



36 



Price, Flanged End each 

" with By-Pass.. " 

" HubEnd " 

" with By-Pass " 



1200.00 
1350,00 



1400,00 
1550.00 
1375.00 
1525.00 



2100.00 
2300.00 
2050.00 
2250.00 



42 

3150,00 
3400.00 
3100.00 
3350,00 



48 
4300.00 
4600.00 
4250.00 
4550.00 



Bevel gears, same list as spur gears. 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



119 



STANDARD IRON BODY GATE VALVES 

For Steam Working Pressures up to 125 Pounds 
QUICK OPENING WITH INDICATOR 



WEDGE GATES 

BRASS TRIMMINGS 

OPEN LEFT 





Effective Nov. 15. 1911 
Fig, 773A Fig. 773B 

QUICK OPENING— SLIDING STEM 



Size 


. inches 


2 


m 


3 


W2 


4 


m 


5 


6 


Price, Screwed 

Flanged 


. . . each 

it 


17.50 

19.50 

6 

7 


19.00 

21.00 

7 

7H 


22.00 
24.50 

8 


25.00 
27.50 

m 


30.00 
34.00 

9 

9 


37.00 
41.00 

93^ 


42.00 
46.00 

10 

10 


48.00 
52.00 


Diameter of Flanges . . 
Face to Face, Flanged 


. inches 


11 


Size 


. inches 


7 


8 


9 


10 


12 


14 


15 


16 


Price, Screwed ^ 

" Flanged '. . . . 

Diameter of Flanges . . . 
Face to Face, Flanged 


. . . each 

.inches 


64.00 
68.00 

121/^ 

11 


80.00 
84.00 

ny2 


105.00 
110.00 

15 

12 


122.00 
127.00 

16 

13 


160.00 
168.00 

19 

14 


236160 
21 
15 


285! 00 

22M 
15 


325! 00 

23y2 

16 



WITH INDICATOR-NON-RISING STEM 

Gate valves with indicator are especially for service in mills, factories, etc.. In con- 
nection with automatic lire sprinkler pipes or any other water system. They are 
recommended by The Associated Factory Mutual Fire Insurance Companies. 



Size 


. inches 


2 


2V2 


3 


3H 


4 


4^ 


5 


6 


Price, Screwed 

" Flanged 

Diameter of Flanges 

Face to Face, Flanged . 


. . . each 

it 

. inches 


17.50 

19.50 

6 

7 


19.00 
21.00 

7 


22.00 
24.50 

W2 

8 


25.00 
27.50 

SV2 


30.00 
34.00 

9 

9 


37.00 
41.00 
9M 
9H 


42.00 
46.00 

10 

10 


48.00 

52.00 

11 


Size 


. inches 


7 


8 


9 


10 


12 


14 


15 


16 


Price, Screwed 

" Flanged 

Diameter of Flanges . . . 
Face to Face, Flanged 


each 

. . inches 


64.00 

68.00 

12K 
11 


80.00 
84.00 

113^ 


105.00 
110.00 

15 

12 


122.00 

127.00 
16 
13 


160.00 
168.00 

19 

14 








236.00 
21 
15 


15 


325.00 
23H 
16 



The indicator attachment enables the operator to determine at a glance the posi- 
tion of valves, when open, partly open, or shut, 



120 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



EXTRA HEAVY 
IRON BODY GLOBE AND ANGLE VALVES 

WITH YOKE AND HARD METAL SEATS 

- ^ For 250 Pounds Working Pressure 

Tested to 800 Pounds Hydraulic Pressure 

ANGLE VALVE, FLANGED 

SSL 



GLOBE VALVE, FLANGED 





Fig. 311A 



Fig. 3X1B 



Size inches 



Price, Screwed each 

" Flanged " 

End to End Globe Valve, Sc'd. . .inches 
Pace " Face " '* Flg'd. . " 
Center to End Angle Valve, Sc'd, " 
*' Face " « Flg'd. « 
Diameter of Flanges " 



26.00 
27.50 

63^ 



m 



33.00 
35.00 

10^ 

W2 



37.00 

40.00 



33^ 



42.00 
45.00 

12M 
13M 

9 



46.00 
50.00 

13 

14 

W2. 

7 
10 



m 



56.00 
60.00 

14 

15 
* 7 

W2 

mi 



61.00 

65.00 

15 

m 
11 



Size , inches 



8 



10 



Price, Screwed each 

" Flanged " 

'• with By-Pass *« 

Size of By-Pass inches 

End to End Globe Valve, Sc'd.. . " 
Pace " Face " " Flg'd, . *' 
Center to End Angle Valve, Sc'd. " 
" Face " " Flg'd. " 
Diameter of Flanges " 



12 



75.00 
80.00 



163^ 

173^ 

IW2 



95.00 
100.00 



I8M 

9^ 
14 



114.00 

120.00 
150.00 

13^ 
20 
21 
10 

15 



190.00 
200.00 
250.00 

1^ 

233^ 

24K 

12M 
173^ 



300.00 
350.00 

2 

'28* 

'ii' 

203^2 



14 



15 



400.00 400.00 
450.00 450.00 



33 
23 



33 

24^ 



We do not recommend the use of screwed valves larger than 6 inches. The 
by-pass on the globe valve is located on the right hand side looking at the inlet end, 
that is, the end with the passage under the disc. On the angle valves it is located on 
the back, opposite the outlet. 

It is desirable that all valves, 8-inch and larger, should have a by-pass. 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



121 



EXTRA HEAVY IRON BODY CROSS VALVES 

WITH YOKE AND HARD METAL SEATS 

For Working Pressures up to 250 Pounds 
CROSS VALVE. FLANGED 




Fig. 4204A 
SCREWED 



Size inches 


2 


2^ 


3" 


3^ 


4 


m 


5 


6 


7 


8 


10 


End to End inches 

Price .each 


9}4 
33.00 


40.00 


45.00 


12M 
50.00 


13 

55.00 


14 
70.00 


15 

75.00 


95.00 


18M 
120.00 


20 
145.00 


23M 
240.00 



FLANGED 



Size inches 



Diameter of Flanges. 

Eace to Face 

Bolt Circle 

Size of Bolts 

Number of Bolts 

Price 



. inches 



.each 



Size inches 



Diameter of Flanges. 

Face to Face . . . 

Bolt Circle 

Size of Bolts 

Number of Bolts 

Price 

" with By-pass, . . 



.inches 



.each 



6J^ 
5 

4 

35.00 



12;^ 
10^ 

H 

12 

100.00 



2H 



% 

4 

43.00 



14 
19M 

% 

12 

125.00 



8M 
123^ 

w% 

% 

8 
50.00 



15 
21 
13 

% 
12 

150.00 
180.00 



3J^ 



9 
13M 

% 

8 
55.00 



10 



243^ 

1534 

1 

16 
250.00 
300.00 



10 
14 

8 
60.00 



12 



203^ 
28 

13^ 

16 

375.00 
425.00 



4^ 



15 

% 

8 

75.00 



23 
33 

20M 

1^ 

20 
500.00 
550.00 



11 
15M 

M 

8 

80.00 



15 



24^ 
33 

21:^ 

iM 
20 

500.00 

550.00 



We do not recommend the use of screwed end valves larger than 6-inch. 
It is desirable that valves 8-inch and larger have a by-pass. 
Center to face of inlet, one half the face to face dimensions. 

The template in the above table is in multiples of four, so that valves may be 
made to face in any quarter, and the holes straddle center line. 



122 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



EXTRA HEAVY SWING CHECK VALVES 

IRON BODY-HARD METAL SEATS-FLANGED ENDS 

For 250 Pounds Steam Working Pressure 
Tested to 800 Pounds Hydraulic Pressure 




Fig. 3802A 



May be Used In Horizontal or Vertical Position 
EXTRA HEAVY— SCREWED 



Size inches 


2 


w% 


3 


3H 


4 


43^ 


End to End inches 

Price each 


93^ 
15.00 


lOM 

20.00 


11^ 
28.00 


1214 
36.00 


13 

41.00 


14 

49.00 


Size inches 


5 


6 


7 


8 


10 1 .... 


End to End inches 

Price each 


15 

54.00 


16K 
66.00 


18M 

84.00 


20 
100.00 


23M 
170.00 





EXTRA HEAVY— FLANGED 



Size inches 



W-i 



3 



W2 



4^ 



Pace to Face 

Diameter of Flanges . 
Price 



. inches 
. . . each 



103^ 
17.00 



113^ 

71^ 

22.00 



123^ 

8M 

30.00 



1334 

9 
38,00 



14 
10 

44.00 



15 

103^ 
52.00 



15M 
11 
57.00 

~15 



Size inches 



6 



8 



10 



12- 



14 



Pace to Face 

Diameter of Flanges . 
Price 



.inches 
. . each 



173^ 

123^ 
70.00 



1914 
14.' 
88.00 



21 
15 

105.00 



24^ 
175.00 



28 

20J^ 
250.00 



33 
23 

350.00 



33 

241^ 
350.00 



PROPORTIONATE WATER WORKING PRESSURES ' 

For convenience in determining the approximate or admissable water working 
pressure to which valves or fittings may be subjected, proportionate to or based on the 
designated steam working pressures, we suggest the following conservative rule, although 
a much greater range may be safely used with comparatively small sizes of 'valves and 
fittings: 

To the steam working pressure, for sizes 8 to 12-inch add 40 per cent, for sizes 
14-inch and larger, add 20 per cent. 

Extra heavy gate valves, check valves and flanged fittings will stand 400 pounds 
water or natural gas working pressure on sizes 8-inch and smaller when temperature 
does not exceed 100° Fahrenheit. 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



123 



EXTRA HEAVY IRON BODY GATE VALVES 



HARD METAL SEATS, WEDGE 

These valves are tested to 800 pounds hydraulic pressure 
per square inch with the valve open, and are also tested 
with the valye closed and the pressure against the disc to 
500 pounds hydraulic pressure. These valves have been 
subjected to a hydrauHc pressure with the valve closed and 
the pressure against the disc as follows: 
Size: l^Jo S-in, 10 to 14-in. 16 and 184n. 20 to 24-in. 
Tight at 1300 lbs. 900 lbs. 800 lbs. 600 lbs. 

It will be observed that all sizes up to and including 
18-inch are tight with a pressure of 800 pounds against the 
disc. The 20-inch, 22-inch and 24-inch valves are tight 
against 600 pounds, which is as heavy a strain as a valve of 
these sizes should be subjected to. 

The factor of safety used is conservatively high, but it is 
not only a question of the goods standing the pressure, but 
also standing the strains of expansion, contraction, settling, 
weight of piping and water hammer; also the cutting effect 
of the steam, as the destruction of the seat of a valve, which 
renders it necessary to renew a valve in a large plant, is a 
very serious matter. Hence it follows that the brass used 
in these valves should be and is of a superior quality. 

Effective November 15, 1911 



GATE 

For 250 Pounds StraiP 

Working Pressure 




Fig. 4206A 



SCREWED 












Size fc inches 


1¥ 


m 


2 


m 


3 


W2 


4 


End to End inches 


24.00 


25.00 


7 
27.50 


8 
33.00 


9 
45.00 


10 

57.00 


11 


Price each 


60.00 


Size inches 


43^ 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


End to End ' mches 

Price each 


12M 
77.00 


13J^ 
85.00 


15K 
100.00 


16M 
125.00 


16^ 
155.00 


17 
225.00 


18 

250.00 









FLANGED 












Size 


inches 


IM 


1^2 


2 


2^ 


3 


33^ 


4 


m 


5 


Diam. of Flanges. 


inches 


5 


6 


63^ 


W2 


m 


9 


10 


i^f^ 


11 


Face to Face 


(( 


6H 


IV9. 


m 


m 


113/8 


11>^8 


12 


1^34 


15 


Bolt Circle 


u 


m 


m 


5 


w% 


^% 


m 


m 


83/2 


% 


Size of Bolts 


u 


Yi 


Vs 


.-'^ 


% 


'A 


/^ 


'A 


A 


H 


Number of Bolts . 




4 


4 


4 


4 


8 


8 


8 


8 


8 


Price 


. .each 


26.50 


27.50 


30.00 


35.50 


48.00 


60.00 


65.00 82.00 


90.00 


Size 


. inches 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


12 


14 


15 


16 


Diam, of Flanges. 


. inches 


121/^ 


14 


15 


161/4 


mi 


20^2 


23 


24i/2 


253^ 


Face to Face. .... 


u 


\W^ 


im 


16^ 


17 


18 


19^ 


223/2 


223/2 


24 


Bolt Circle 


" 


105^ 


nVn 


13 


14 


15K 


IVM 


20^4 


'^\h 


221/2 


Size of Bolts 


u 


M 


% 


Vh 


1 


1. 


1^8 


IH 


134 


V4 


Ninnber of Bolts. 




12 

107.00 


12 
132.00 


12 
162.00 


12 
232.00 


16 

258.00 


16 
335.00 


20 
440.00 


20 

540.00 


20 


Price 


. . each 


675.00 



124 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



FOOT VALVES WITH STRAINERS 

IRON BODY 



% TO 6-INCH 



BRASS 




Fig. 766A 




7 TO 16-INCH 




Fig. 766C 



Size inches 


'A 


H 


1 


IM 


iy2 


2 23^ 


3 


Price each 


1.50 


1.50 


2.00 


2.75 


3.75 


5.50 12.00 


16.00 



IRON BODY-SCREWED 



Size inches 


H 


1 


IK 


IV2 


2 


W2 


3 SH 


Price, Black each 

" Galvanized " 


1.15 
1.75 


1.30 

2.00 


1.40 
2.10 


1.90 

2.85 


2.40 
3.60 


3.30 
5.00 


3.90 
5.75 


5.60 
8.50 


Size inches 


4 


m 


5 


6 


7 


8 


10 


12 


Price, Black each 

" Galvanized " 


7.30 
11.00 


10.50 
15.75 


11.25 
16.75 


14.75 
22.00 


35.00 


41.00 


64.00 


100.00 



IRON BODY-FLANGED 



Size inches 


2 


W2 


3 


3H 


4 


4^ 

9M 
11^ 
10^ 
13.00 


5 


6 


Diameter of Flanges inches 

Height " 

Outside Diameter " 

Price each 


6 
3.50 


7 


W2 

7 

5.75 


7.50 


9 

9.50 


10 
11% 

*io>^ 

14.00 


11 
12M 

17.50 


Size inches 


7 


8 


10 


12 


14 


15 


16 






Diameter of Flanges inches 

Height " 

Outside Diameter " 

Price each 


11^ 
38,00 


133^ 
13M 
15^ 
45.00 


16- 
18^ 

70.00 


19 
18 

20M 
112.00 


21 

19M 

243^ 

150.00 


22M 

21M 

251^ 

175.00 


23^ 
24^ 
27 
200.00 







IRON BODY WITH NEST OF GATES-FLANGED 

RUBBER VALVES 



Size. 



. inches 16 



18 



20 



24 



30 



36 



Diameter of Flanges.. 

Height 

Outside Diameter 

Thickness of Flanges . 
Price 



. inches 



.each 



23^ 

34% 

190.00 



25 

21K 
40% 

IM 
235.00 



273^ 

24 

46 

1% 
265.00 



32 

29 

mA 

m 

400.00 



38M 
35 

^W2 

780.00 



4534 

38% 

82 

m 
1200.00 



Valves with brass seats will be made to order at special prices. 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



126 



BUTTERFLY AND THROTTLE VALVES 

For Steam Working Pressures up to 125 Pounds 

BUTTERFLY VALVES 

BRASS IRON BODY 





Fig. 1922A 

BRASS 

These valye's are not in tended to be steam-tight. 



Fig. 1922B 



Size inches 



.each 



% 



3.10 



4.40 



IM 



5.65 



W2 



6.75 



10.00 



2^ 



13.75 



21.00 



Price 

These valves can be supphed with a brass stem, instead of steel stem, at an extra 
price. Always specify brass butterfly valves, otherwise sizes 2-inch and larger will be 
furnished in iron body. 

IRON BODY 

These v alves are not intended to b e steam4ig;ht. ^^^^^^_^^_^ 

5 



Size inches 

Price, Screwed, .each 
" Flanged.. " 



8.00 
9.50 



2H 



9.50 
11.50 



12.00 
15.00 



3J4 



16.00 



18.50 



28.50 



19.00 22.00 32.00 



6 

42.50 
47.00 



10 



90.00il25.00 



12 



160.00 



14 



275.00 



16 



350.00 



Can be furnished with a brass stem instead of steel stem, at an extra price. 

THROTTLE VALVES 

BRASS IRON BODY 





Fig. 1922C Fig- 1922D 

BRASS 

They are opened with one q ua rter turn of handle, and are provi ded withjtops 



Size inches 

Price each 



10.00 



11.50 



IM 



14.00 



iy2 



20.00 



25.00 



2K 



35.00 



IRON BODY 

Full opening in one quarter turn of handle. 












Size 


. inches 


2^ 


3 


3^ 


4 


Price, Screwed 


. .each 


30.00 


40.00 


50.00 


60.00 



These valves can also be furnished with body and bonnet of cast steel for steam 
working pressures up to 250 pounds. Prices on application. 



126 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



SAFETY VALVES 



CROSS 




ANGLE 




Fig. 3910B 



Fig. 3910A 
BRASS CROSS AIMD ANGLE SAFETY VaIvES-BRASS DISC 

^"^ S team Working Pressures up to loo Pounds 



Price, Cross, Screwed g^^^l^ ! 



Vs I ¥2 



Angle, 



2.20 



Size. 



. inches 



Price, Cross, Screwed ^^^^i 

" Angle, " -..-..... ^^ 



IM 



7.15 
7.15 



2.50 I 3.25 3.90 



4.70 



1>^ 



'3.25 I 3.90 4.70 
2.4 I 3^ 



9.00 12.50 
9.00 I 12.50 



22.50 33.50 



Sizes li^-inch and larger will be furnished in iron, unless brass is specifiedT 

BRON BODY CROSS SAFETY VALVES-BRASS DISC 

For Steam Working Pressures up to 100 Pounds 



Size. 



inches 



Price, Screwed each 



^'^^ ^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^Jnche^l 

Diameter of Flanges inches ' 



Face to Face. 

Price, Screwed ..'.'.'.'.','.' .\\*.'. .each 




Flanged . 



••• I 10 I 11 I 121^ I 13^ 

11 ] 13 I 14 I 16 I 17 

28.75 34.50 41.50 57.75 1 93.50132 00 
134.00 .... I 48.00 I 65.00 ilOO. 00 140 00 




HOUSE HEATER POP SAFETY VALVES 

Furnislied for Pressures not Exceeding 30 Pounds 



Size, 



. inches 



Price . 



each 



Size . 



. inches 



Price . 



each 



y2 



10.00 



30.00 



y4. 

10^00 



2J^ 



50.00 



1 
12.00 



IK 



15.00 



65.00 



W9. 



13 



/2 



20.00 



100. 00160.00 



Fig. 3910C 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



127 



AMERICAN POP SAFETY VALVES 

IRON BODY 



BRASS 
REGULAR 
TOP OUTLET 



BRASS 

REGULAR 

SIDE OUTLET 



BRASS 

LOCK-UP 

TOP OUTLET 







Pig. 5044A 



Fig. 5044B 



Fig. 5044D 



Fig. 5044C 
BRASS 

When ordering, state pressure at which valves are to be set to blow off. For working 
pressures up to 200 pounds. 



Size inches 

Price, Regular, Top Outlet, Semitinished each 

*' " Finished " 

" " " " Lock-Up Style, Semifin. . " 

u u » a a a a Pin. . . " 

Side Outlet, Semifinished " 

** " " • " Finished " 

" " " " Lock-Up Style, Semifin. . " 

u a a Pin... " 



8.00 
9.00 
9.00 
10.00 
10.00 
11.00 
11.00 
12.00 



8.00 
9.00 
9.00 
10.00 
10.00 
11,00 
11.00 
12.00 



10.00 
11.00 
11.00 
12.00 
12.00 
13 00 
13.00 
14.00 



IM 



12.00 
13.00 
13.00 
14.00 
15.00 
16.00 
16.00 
17.00 



IV2 



15.00 
16.00 
17.00 
18.00 
18.00 
19.00 
20.00 
21.00 



gize inches 



Price, Kegular, Top Outlet, Semitinished each 

" '' " " FinishiBd " 

" " " " Lock-Up Style, Semifin.. " 

u u « pij3 " 

" " Side Outlet, Semifinished " 

Finished " 

Lock-Up Style, Semifin.. " 

n a (( a a " '* Pin. . . " 

' Top outlet valves are used on stationary and portable boilers and engines. Side 

outlet valves for marine and stationary boilers. State which style is wanted when 

ordering. 

IRON BOD Y, FOR STATIONARY OR MARINE BOILERS-Screwed or Flanged 

"^^ 6 



23.00 
24.00 
25.00 
27,00 
27.00 
29.00 
29.00 
31.00 



21^ 



38.00 
40.00 
40.00 
43.00 
43.00 
46.00 
46.00 
49.00 



65.00 
68.00 
68.00 
71.00 
72.00 
77.00 
75.00 
80.00 



3H 



95.00 
105.00 

98.00 
108.00 



120.00 
135.00 
123.00 
138.00 



Size inches 



For Boilers horse power \ 

Diameter of Inlet Flange . .inches 

Price, Bronze Seat each 

- Nickel " " 



30 to 

40 

6 
35.00 
40.00 



2H 



40 to 

75 

8 
42.00 
48.00 



75 to 

100 

10 

50.00 

57.00 



m 



100 to 
125 
10 

68.00 
75.00 



125 to 
150 
11 

75.00 
87.00 



4H 



150 to 
175 
11 

100.00 
115.00 



175 to 

200 

11 

120.00 

135.00 



225 & 

up 

12 
170.00 
190.00 



These valves are furnished for marine or stationary service ^hich should be speci- 
fied on order 



128 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



AMERICAN WATER RELIEF VALVES 



BRASS 
UNDERWRITERS' 




4807A 

IRON BODY 
REGULAR 





IRON BODY 
UNDERWRITERS' 




Fig. 4807B 



Fig. 4807C 



Fig. 4807D 



FOR PUMPS 
EITHER STEAM, ROTARY OR PLUNGER 

For 250 pounds pressure. When ordering state pres- 
sure at which valves are to relieve. 

American Underwriter Relief Valves have been accepted 
by the Inspection Department of the Associated Factory 
Mutual Fire Insurance Companies for use on Standard 
Underwriter Fire Pumps. They are universally used by 
the manufacturers of Underwriter Pumps and recognized 
by them as standard. Their capacity for relief, size for size, 
is guaranteed by the makers to be full capacity. Standard 
Underwriter Valves are set at 100 pounds only. 

In ordering, state pressure to be carried. 



BRASS 



Size inches 



Price, Bemifin each 

N. P.. 

Finished 

N. P.. 



10.00 
11.00 
11.00 
12.00 



% 



10.00 
11.00 
11.00 
12.00 



12.00 
13.00 
13.00 
14.00 



IM 



15.00 
17,00 
16.00 
18.00 



IK 



18.00 
21.00 
19.00 
22.00 



27.00 
30.00 
29.00 
32.00 



Wi 



43.00 
47.00 
46.00 
50.00 



72.00 
80.00 
77.00 
85.00 



W2 



95.00 
105.00 
105.00 
115.00 



£_ 

120.00 
135.00 
135.00 
150.00 











IRON BODY 












Size . . . 


. . . inches 


2 


W2 


3 


3H 


4 


5 


6 


8 


10 


12 


Price . . 


each 


45.00 


55.00 


65.00 


85.00 


100.00 


150.00 


225.00 


400.00 


800.00 


1200.00 



Iron ^ valves, from 2-inch upward, are made with either screwed or flanged base. 
If flange is desired, specify when ordering. 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



129 



IRON BODY BACK PRESSURE VALVES 

STANDARD VERTICAL 

HORIZONTAL 





Fig. 4887A Fig. 4887B 

Weighted for back pressure up toi) pounds. The construction is such that the hor- 
izontal pattern can only be furnished in sizes 44nch and larger. 



Size : inches 



W2 



3 



3K 



Price, Screwed each 



11.00 



13.00 



15.00 



19.00 



22.50 



33.50 



Size inches 

Price, Screwed each 

" Flanged " 



6 



8 



10 



12 



43.00 

47.00 



70.00 
75.00 



85.00 
90.00 



120.00 
130.00 



180.00 
200.00 



HORIZONTAL 



NOISELESS-PISTON TYPE 

FOR NON-CONDENSING ENGINES ONLY 



VERTICAL 





Fig. 48870 Fig. 4887D 

These valves can be placed in either horizontal or vertical position by changing the 
position of lever and weight. They have a single disc equal to the full area of the pipe 
and are provided with a balancing disc to eliminate excessive weighting. 

SCREWED 



Size inches 



2J^ 



33^ 



Price , . . . . .each 14.00 16.00 18.00 22.00|25.0Q 30.00 40.00 60.00 80.00 100.00 120.00 



m 



6 



FLANGED 



Size inches 


2 


2K 


3 


m 


4 


^V2 


5 


6 


7 


8 


lliara. of Flanges, inches 
Price each 


6 
14.00 


7 
16.00 


18.00 


22.00 


9 
25.00 


30.00 


10 
40.00 


11 

60.00 


12^ 
80.00 


13K 
100,00 


Size .inches 


9 


10 


12 


14 


15 


16 


18 


20 


22 


24 


Diam. of Flanges . inches 
Price each 


15 
120.00 


16 

145.00 


19 

220.00 


21 
345.00 


22M 
400.00 


23K 
465.00 


25 

600,00 


750.00 


293^ 
900.00 


32 
1050.00 



Pressures: Sizes 2 to 6-inch, 1 to 10 pounds; 6 to 10-inch, 1 to 6 pounds; 10 to 20- 
inch, 1 to 4 pounds; 20 to 24-inch, 1 to 3 pounds, with a preference for horizontal in- 
stallation. When desired for other ranges, the positions and pressures must be specified. 
They will be furnished, based upon the above working range, up to 15 pounds, without 
extra charge. 



130 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



*'K &T" BACK PRESSURE AND AUTOMATIC 
RELIEF VALVES 

NO. K 

PATENTED NOISELESS BACK PRESSURE VALVES 

FOR NON-CONDENSING ENGINES ONLY 
EXTERIOR SECTIONAL 





5351A 



Fig. 5351B 



Designed for use in connection with non-condensing engines, to hold a back pres- 
sure where the exhaust steam is used for heating purposes. Durable, sensitive and 
guaranteed to be absolutely noiseless in operation. 



Size.... 


. . inches 
each 


2 


2^ 


3 


W2 


4 


W2 


5 


6 


7 


8 


Price . . . 


U.OO 


16.00 


18.00 


22.00 


25.00 


30,00 


40.00 


60.00 


80.00 


100.00 


Size 


. . . inches 
each 


9 


10 1 12 


14 


15 


16 


18 


20 1 22 


24 


Price . . . 


120.00 


145.00:220.00 


345.00 


400.00 


465.00,600.00 


750.001 900. DO 


1050.(11) 



Sizes 2 to 9 inches, inclusive, made with screwed or flanged ends; but screwed will 
be shipped if not ordered flanged. Sizes 10 inches and up, made flanged only. 

AUTOMATIC EXHAUST RELIEF VALVES 

FOR CONDENSING ENGINES ONLY 
VERTICAL EXTERIOR HORIZONTAL SECTIONAL 





Fig. 5351D 



Fig. 5351C 

For use with condensing engines to automatically relieve any pressura torraed due 
to loss o* vacuum. They are sensitive, reliable arid noiseless in operation, and have 
full area of pipe. Made with water seal, also have dashpot to cushion disc so as to 
operate noiseless, and are provided with handwbeel for permanently holding valve open. 



Size, inches 



10 



12 



14 



16 



18 



20 



22 



24 



Price.. each 100.00 150.00 170.00 270. 00|335. 00 415.00 500.00 584.00 670. 0O|917, 00 1170.00 



Angle valves made to order only. All valves have standard flanges and drilling 
unless otherwise ordered. Companion flanges extra. Made flanged ends only. 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



131 



K. & T. STANDARD PRESSURE REGULATORS 

For Any Initial Pressure up to 200 Pounds Steam 

No. 0, WITHOUT DASHPOT No. 1, WITH DASHPOT 

No, is adapted for service on 
heating systems, or any apparatus 
requiring an unvarying reduced 
pressure, as jack kettles, driers, etc., 
w^here there is no pulsation of re- 
duced pressure, as caused by the 
action of engine, pump or any appa- 
ratus where there is likely to be 
sudden fluctuation of load, in which 
case No. 1 should be used. 

No. 1 is similar in construction 

I to No. 0, except that it is provided 

' with an oil dashpot, and is adapted 

for service on engines, pumps or 

any apparatus requiring an unvary- 

Fig. 925A ing reduced pressure where there is 

likely to be a sudden fluctuation of the load, causing a pulsation on the reduced side; 

also used in connection with exhaust steam heating. 





Fig. 925B 



Size 


. inches 


V2 


M 


1 


iM 


IM 


2 


W2 


3 


Price. No. 


. . .each 


18.00 
22.00 

m 


20.00 
24.00 


22.00 

26.00 


24.00 
28.00 

4M 


25.00 
30.00 


30.00 
36.00 


35.00 
42.00 

8 
9 1 


40.00 


'' 1 

Face to Face, Screwed . 
" " " Flanged.. 


. inches 

a 


48.00 

m 

9M 


Size 


.inches 


W2 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


10 


12 


Price, No. 

u a -I 

Face to Face, Screwed . 
" " *' Flanged.. 


. . , each 

a 

. inches 


50.00 
60.00 

9% 

9M 


60.00 
72.00 

10^ 


75.00 
90.00 

iiM 


100.00 
120.00 

12M 

13 


135.00 
160.00 


175.00 

200.00 


275.00 
300.00 

26m 


400.00 
435.00 



In ordering, state initial and reduced pressures; also whether for steam, air or water. 

Sizes V/2 inches and under, made screwed ends only, with bronze bodies. Sizes 
2 to 6 inches inclusive, made screwed or flanged ends, but screwed ends will be shipped 
if not ordered flanged. Sizes 7 inches and larger, made with flanged ends only. 

'^^^^^^ NO. 2, WITH EXPANDED OUTLET 

This type is similar in construction to No. 1, except- 
ing that it has an expanded outlet and is especially 
adapted for service on heating systems. 




Tig. 92 50 



Size 


Price 


Size 


Price 


Inches 


Each 


Inches 


Each 


1 x2 


35.00 


33^x 7 


110.00 


lMx2J^ 


40.00 


4x6 


110.00 


1^x3 


48.00 


4x7 


130.00 


2 x3 


54.00 


4x8 


160.00 


2 x4 


60.00 


5x8 


170.00 


2^x5 


80.00 


5x9 


220.00 


3 x5 


90.00 


5 x]0 


235.00 


3 x6 


100.00 


6 xl2 


335.00 



In ordering, state initial and reduced pressures; also whether for steam, air or water. 

Sizes 1x2 up to 2x4 inches are made with screwed ends; sizes 23^x5 up to 3x6 

inches have screwed inlet and flanged outlet. Sizes 33^x7 and larger, flanged ends only. 



132 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



K. & T. LOW PRESSURE REGULATORS 

IMO. K— For Any Initial Pressure up to 150 Pounds Steam 
This type is especially adapted for service on vac- No. 3 STRAIGHTWAY 

uum heating systems; also for atmospheric, or very low 

pressure heating systems where the maintained low 

pressures do not exceed 5 pounds. 

When higher reduced pressure than this is to be 

maintained, the No. 0, or when used in connection with 

exhaust heating, the No. 1 regulator, should be used. 



Size , inches 


3^,M 


1 


IM 


IM 


2 


Price each 


26.00 


28.00 


32.00 


35.00 


40.00 


Size inches 


W2 


3 


W2 


4 


5 


Price each 


50.00 


60.00 


70.00 


80.00 


105.00 


Size inches 


6 


7 


8 


10 


12 


Price each 


140.00 


180.00 


230.00 


290.00 


360.00 




Fig. 4249A 



In ordering it is essential that we know the initial and the reduced pressures. 
Sizes 11^ inches and under have bronze bodies, and are made with screwed ends 
only. Sizes 2 to 6 inches, made with screwed or flanged ends, but screwed will be 
shipped unless otherwise ordered. Sizes 7 inches and larger are made with flanged 
ends only. 

No. 4 is similar in constructioH to No. 3, excepting 
that it has an expanded outlet and is especially adapted 
for service on vacuum heating systems; also for atmo- 
spheric or very low pressure heating systems, where re- 
duced pressure maintained does not exceed 5 pounds. 
When higher reduced pressure is used. No. 2 should 
be used. 



No. 4 
WITH EXPANDED OUTLET 




Size 


Price 


Size 


Price 


Inches 


Each 


Inches 


Each 


1 x2 


40.00 


33^ x 7 


145.00 


11^x2^ 


50.00 


4 x 6 


160.00 


1^x3 


60.00 


4x7 


175.00 


2 x3 


70.00 ! 


4x8 


190.00 


2 x4 


80.00 i 


5x8 


210.00 


2^x5 


90.00 1 


5 X 9 


230.00 


3 x5 


110.00 


5 xlO 


250.00 


3 x6 


130.00 1 


6 xl2* 


320.00 



Fig. 4249B 

In ordering it is essential that we know the initial as well as the reduced pressures. 

Flanged valves are furnished with standard. flanges SECTIONAL VIEW 

and drilling unless otherwise ordered. Sizes 1x^2 to 2x4 LOW PRESSURE REGULATOR 
inches have screwed ends, 23^x5 to 3x6-inch sizes have 
inlet screwed and outlet flanged, 33^x7 and larger have 
flanged ends. 

It will be noticed that this type of regulator is 
provided with an opening in the diaphragm chamber for 
a pipe to be connected at a point some distance from the 
regulator where the pressure is about average on the low 
pressure side. li'WIBrftl ' (i^KOHllx 

In making this connection do not fail to provide a 
globe valve to shut off or steady the pressure on dia- ( m^^^^^20 "fe^ 

phragm. 

This valve (X) is to be used the same as a gauge 
cock to prevent excessive vibrations. 

On the smaller size regulators, l}^-inch size and 
under, this pipe connection is not required, as same is 
provided for through the bottom valve cap. Fig. 4249 C 




CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



133 



K. &T. BALANCED VALVES 

BALANCED FLOAT VALVE BALANCED VALVE WITH LEVER 





Tie, 1270A Fig. 1270B 

BALANCED FLOAT VALVES 

For controlling the supply to tanks, etc., where the pressure does not affect the 
operation of valve. It is especially adapted for use in connection with the pressure 
retrulator or pump governor, for automatic control on gravity or open tank system. 

All valves have swivel yoke and guide with adjustment for limiting throw of 
valve, suitable for any working pressure up to 200 pounds. 

HORIZONTAL, VERTICAL OR ANGLE 

WITH SEAMLESS COPPER FLOAT 



Size inches 


H 


1 


IM 


m 


2 


W2 


3 


m 




Size, Float inches 

Price each 


7 
11.00 


7 
13.00 


7 
14.00 


7 
16.00 


7 
19.00 


8 
25.00 


8 
31.00 


8 
36.00 


Size inches 


4 


m 


5 


6 


7 


8 


10 


12 


Size, Float inches 

Price each 


8 
42.00 


10 10 

50.00 54.00 


10 
64.00 


10 

76.00 


10 

86.00 


12 
110.00 


12 

150.00 



Flanged valves (2-inch size and upwards) are furnished with standard flanges and 
drilling, unless otherwise ordered. Companion flanges are extra, and only furnished 
when specially ordered. 

BALANCED VALVES WITH LEVER 

This type of valve is especially adapted for service in controlling the supply to feed- 
water heaters, purihers, open or closed tanks, pumps, boiler feeders, etc., requiring a 
(}uiek open valve where the operation is not affected by the pressure, and is suitable for 
any w^orking pressure up to 200 pounds. 

All valves of this type are fitted with swivel yokes to permit lever being shifted to 
any direction; also have adjustment for limiting throw of valve. For closed tank sys- 
tems we can furnish float, packing box, shaft, levers and connection rods with studs and 
turnbuckle adjustment. 



Size inches 


H 


1 


IK 


iy2 


2 


W2 


3 


m 




Price each 


6.50 


8.00 


9.b0 


11.00 


14.00 


19.00 


25.00 


30.00 


Size inches 


4 


^'A 


5 


6 


7 


8 


10 


12 




Price each 


35.00 


40.00 


45.00 


55.00 


65.00 


75.00 


100.00 


140.00 



Sizes IJ^-inch and under, made with screwed ends only, with bronze bodies. Sizes 
2 to 6 inches, inclusive, made with screwed or flanged ends, but screwed end valves will 
be shipped if not ordered flanged. Sizes 7 inches and larger are made with flanged ends 
only. Flanged valves are furnished with standard flanges and drilling, unless other- 
wise ordered. Companion flanges are extra and are only so furnished when specially 
ordered. 



134 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



K.&T. PUMP GOVERNORS AND REGULATORS 

VACUUM PUMP GOVERNORS 

This style of governor is especially adapted for regulating the speed of vacuum 
pumps, automatically controlling the amount of vacuum carried in a heating system. 

The controlling valve being of the balanced 
type, as used on the pressure regulators, insures 
sensitive and positive action. 




Size 


inches 


K 


^ 


1 1 IM 


Price 


each 


25.00 


25.00 


30.00:32.50 


Size 


inches 


IH 


2 


^Vi 1 3 


Price 


each 


35.00 


40.00 


45.00 50.00 



Fig. 5308A 



Sizes up to and including 1% inches, have 
screwed ends, bronze bodies; sizes 2 inches and 
larger have iron bodies, made screwed or flanged, but 
screwed always furnished unless otherwise ordered. 

In ordering, please state the vacuum that is to 
be maintained. 
IMPROVED PUMP GOVERNORS 
Improved Pump Governors are designed for use on boiler feed pumps, waterworks, 
hydraulic elevators and all pumps working under a pressure. It is simple in construc- 
tion and adjustment, absolutely automatic in operation, prevents over- 
pressure, saves fuel and is guaranteed to give close regulation; it h'as a 
piston and spring, actuated, double-seated balanced valve, controlled |^-i> 

direct by the discharge pressure. It will positively regulate the pressure 
of the pump so that it cannot exceed the pressure at which it is set. 



Size 


Price, Each 


Inches 


Globe or Angle 


Globe, Only 


Globe or Angle 




Screwed Ends 


Screwed Ends 


Flanged Ends 


% 


28.00 






1 


30.00 






IM 


35.00 






^2 


43.00 






2 


..... 


48.66 


50.00 


2J^ 




58.00 


60.00 


3 




70.00 


75.00 


m 







88.00 


4 






100.00 


5 






125.00 


6 






150.00 




5308B ' 

In ordering, please state the maximum and minimum pressure of steam and water. 
AUTOMATIC PUMP REGULATOR ANI> COIMDENSATIOIM RECEIVER 

Designed for use in connection with steam pump to automatically return the con- 
densation from heating system, receiver or other apparatus, to the 
boiler; also for controlling the water level in receiving tanks or 
heating systems. 




No. 


Inlet and 
Outlet 

Inches 


Steam Valve 
Inches 


Capacity- 
Square Feet 
Radiation 


Price 
Each 




1 

2 
3 

4 


3 
4 


H 

r- 
m 


5000 
10000 
20U00 
30000 
40000 


. 70.00 

100.00 
130.00 
150.00 
200.00 



Fig. 5308 C 



It occupies a very small space, has large capacity, is detach- 
able from steam pump and can be placed at the most convenient 
point, or at different levels and distances from the steam pump 
without affecting its operation. 



X 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



135 



STEAM TRAPS 

NASON 
CLASS C 



STANDARD 






Fig. 9593A 



Fig. 9593B 
STANDARD 



Fig. 9593C 



Diameter * 


inches 


12 


15 


18 


Price 


pa nil 


23.00 

1500 


36.00 
3500 


54 00 


Capacity, Lineal Feet of 1-inch Pipe 


5000 



NASON 



Number 

Size of Pipe Connections inches 

Discharge per Minute pounds 

Capacity, Lineal Feet of 1-inch Pipe 

" Square Feet of Direct Radiation 

Diameter of Flange inches 

Price, Classes B and C each 

" Sidelug « 



1 



3^ 
41^ 
1500 
500 

lOM 

16.00 

16.85 



y4. 

6^ 
3450 
1150 
14^ 
20.00 
21.30 



1 

10 
5250 
1750 
15M 
27.50 
29.25 



151/^ 
7650 
2550 
19 
42.50 
45.50 



W2 

23 
12000 

4000 

24M 
70.00 
74.75 



Class B is designed for low pressure service, not exceeding 20 pounds pressure. Class 
C is designed for medium service for pressures between 20 and 70 pounds. 

The Sidelug Trap embodies the Nason principles, is heavier in construction, and in 
addition has extension lugs over the inlet and outlet ports to obviate the blowing out of 
gasket at these points. For pressures between 40 and 150 pounds. 

REPAIRS 

In ordering repairs be particular to note what style of trap they are for. 





Number of Trap 

K — Top Valve each 


1 


2 1 3 


4 


5 


<.;:|T.:rrjr 


1.00 


1.401.60 


2.00 


2.10 


KA— " " Stem only " 
KB— " " Bonnet only" 


.50 
.35 


.60 
.40 


.70 
..45 


.70 
.45 


1.00 
.65 


'.&^1|"^*iiirc*. ^'^<^°.'''.^"',^ 


KC— " " Ilisc " " 
. c M— Center Cover.. .. " 
% V'^'"" 0— " « Gasket " 
"id G— Main " .... « 










1 00 


Iww:^ 




....!.... 


3.50 
.25 

8.20 


4 00 






.40 


Mlf^ 


l^H^^t 


2.40 


3.60 5.00 


15.60 




iWWWK 


El N— " " Gasket " 


.25 


.40 


.60 


1.20 


1.70 




lilMI^^H 


/-—^ L — Cover seat " 


.40 


.40 


.60 


.70 


.80 




m^^^Hk 


E— Sleeve " " 


.30 


.40 


.50 


.60 


.70 




I^^^^hK 


■ B Pot Q — Diaphragm " 


.30 


.50 


.60 


1.20 


1.60 




^mB^MM. 


F— Sleeve... " 


1.20 


1.602.00 


2.70 


4.50 


^g^~--jsagisSia^^ \ 


H— Spindle " 


1.00 


1.40L70 


2.50 


3.50 


~ ~ " 




B— Pot " 


3.00 


4.50 7.00 


10.50 


18.80 




Fig. 9593D 


D— Float " 


.80 


1.00 1.00 


2.00 


2.50 






P— Spindle Nut " 


.30 


.30 .30 


.40 


-40 



R Spindle Tip (No. 5 only, detachable), .80 



136 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



THE DAVIS IMPROVED STEAM TRAP 

For Any Working Pressure up to 200 Pounds 




EXTERIOR 

The Davis Improved Steam Trap will 
automatically relieve the water of condensa- 
tion from a system of steam pipes, without 
the loss of steam. 

It has double cone shaped balanced 
valves, which are operated by a high pres- 

1 sure seamless copper float tested to 300 
pounds pressure, and which are effectively 

i sealed at all times by several inches of water, 
thus preventing all leakage of steam. 

p. It discharges continuously as fast as the 

J:ig. Jbb9A water enters the trap and, due to the fact 

that the valves are balanced, it will operate equally well under any pressure— high, 

medium or low — without any alterations. 

Having two valves, the capacity of this trap is greater than a single valve trap, which, 
when not balanced, must have a small area. As the valves are cone sbaped they cannot 
stick or be affected in any way by oil, grease, 

sediment or any foreign matter which may SECTIONAL VIEW 

enter the trap. 

The valves and seats are renewable, and 
are made of Tobin Bronze, an extremely hard 
metal that will resist the cutting action of 
water many times longer than ordinary 
steam metal, which is almost universally 
used for this purpose. 

All working parts are attached to the 
cover, and are removable with it without 
breaking either the inlet or outlet connec- 
tions. 

The Davis Improved Trap is provided 
with bosses, which are tapped 3^ inch so a 
gauge glass can be attached if wanted. The gauge glass is furnished only 'as an extra. 
It is equipped with an air cock, and has a by-pass valve in the cover so steam can be 
given a free passage around the valves if desired. This trap will not return the water 
of condensation to the boiler, but it will discharge,' approximately, 2 feet in height for 
every pound pressure under which it is operating, or against any lower pressure? 




Fig. 2669B 



\ 





Price 


Size 
Inlet and 


Capacity of Tr. 


IP 




No. 


In Lineal 


In Square 


In Gallons 


Approximate 


Each 


Outlet 


Feet of 


Feet of 


per Hour at 


Weight 






Inclies 


1-incii 
Pipe 


Radiating 
Surface 


10 Pounds 
Pressure 


Pounds 


00 


15.00 


'A 


1500 


500 


180 


25 





20.00 


H 


3000 


1000 


425 


40 


1 


30.00 


1 


6500 


2175 


725 


60 


2 


45.00 


IM 


15000 


5000 


1300 


80 


3 


60.00 


1^ 


20000 


6675 


2000 


125 


4 


80.00 


2 


30000 


10000 


2775 


235 


5 


100.00 


2Ji 


40000 


13350 


6000 


240 


6 


125.00 


3 


60000 


20000 


19000 


250 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



137 



K. & T. STEAM, GREASE AND OIL TRAPS 

IMPROVED COIMTINUOUS DISCHARGE STEAM TRAPS 

EXTERIOR 

SECTIONAL 





932A 



These traps operate under high or low pressure, are continuous in discharge, and 
have a double-seated cone shaped discharge valve. As it is situated at the bottom it is 
always water sealed, preventing escape of steam. 

All traps are fitted with a handwheel on outside cover for by-pass, air blow-off and 
bosses, tapped out for water gauge. 

They have few working parts, all interchangeable and attached to cover, being 
accessible by simply removing cover. They will discharge about two feet in height for 
every pound of pressure under which they are working. 



Number 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


Capacity, lineal feet of 1-ineh Pipe inches 

Size, Inlet and Outlet '* 


1500 

¥2 

21.00 

28.75 


3000 

M 
30.00 
35.00 


6500 

1 
15.00 
50.50 


15000 

IM 

65.00 
70.50 


20000 

85.00 
91.00 


30000 

2 


Price each 

" with Water Gauge " 


110.00 

116 50 







In ordering, state the highest limit of steam pressure and amount of radiation or 
tvater per hour; also, where for special purpose, state conditions of service trap is to 
operate under. 

GREASE AND OIL TRAPS 

Especially designed and constructed for service on oil 
or grease separators on the exhaust line of condensing 
engines; also in connection with overflow of feed water 
heaters or any appliance or system where there is consider- 
able quantity of oil, grease and water encountered, en- 
trained with the steam supply. It is not intended for use 
on vacuum or condensing systems. 

This trap has the full capacity of the pipe connection, 
and all working parts are attached to the cover, which 
has flange union connection above 2-inch size. All traps 
are fitted with bosses, tapped out for water gauge, which 
vvill be furnished when ordered. 




Fig. 932C 



Number 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


1 


8 


Price 

Inlet and Outlet 


each 

inches 


30.00 


45.00 
1 


65.00 


85.00 

V/2 


110.00 
2 


125.00 

W2 


150.00 185.00 
3 4 



1 to 4-inch, inclusive, screwed ends. 5-inch or larger, flanged ends. 
These traps are not intended for use on vacuum condensing system. 



138 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



BRASS AND IRON BODY 



EXPANSION JOINTS 

IRON BODY 



BE ASS ^. ..^^^ ^^ 



Fig. 785A 



Fig. 785B 




Fig. 785C 



BRASS-SCREWED, STANDARD TRAVERSE 



Size. inches 


^ 


% 


1 


IM 


IK 


2 


2^ 


3 


Traverse inches 

Price each 


2 
1.50 


2M 
2.20 


2M 
2.75 


2^ 
4.00 


5.00 


2>^ 
8.00 


2J^ 
17.50 


24.00 







BRASS— SCREWED, SPECIAL TRAVERSE 






Traverse 


Size... 


inches 


y2 


M 


1 


m 


W2 


2 


23-2 


4 inches 
6 " 


Price . 

a 
u 


. each 


3.80 


4.00 
8.25 
9.00 
9.75 
10.50 


4.90 

9.00 

10.00 

11.00 

12.00 


6.30 
10.00 
11.25 
12.50 
13.75 


7.40 
11.50 
13.00 
14.50 
16.00 


9.10 
13.50 
15.50 
17.50 
19.50 


24.00 


8 " 


a 


27.00 


10 " 


a 


30.00 


12 " 


a 


33.00 



















IRON BODY- 


-SCREWED, 


STANDARD TRAVERSE 






Size, .inches 


2 


23^ 


3 


3^ 


4 


4K 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


12 


Traverse., in. 
Price . . . each 


23^ 

7.00 


8.00 


2M 

10.00 


3 

14.00 


334 
18.00 


30.00 


4 

38.00 


5 

45.00 


6 
70.00 


7 
100.00 


7 
110.00 


7 
160.00 


8 
225.00 



IRON BODY— SCREWED, SPECIAL TRAVERSE 



Traverse 



6 inches 
10 " 
12 '' 
14 " 
16 " 
18 " 



Size .... .inches 



Price each 



11.00 
16.00 
18.50 
21.00 
23.50 
26.00 



23^ 



13.00 
19.00 
22.00 
25.00 
28,00 
31.00 



17.50 
25.00 
29.00 
33,00 
37.00 
41,00 



25.00 
35.00 
40.00 
45.00 
50.00 
55.00 



30.00 
42.00 
48.00 
54.00 
60.00 
66.00 



43^ 



40.00 
52.00 
60.00 
67.00 
75.00 



45.00 
62.00 
70.00 
78.00 
86.00 
94.00 



55.00 

80.00 

92.50 

105.00 

117.50 

130,00 



100.00 
115.00 
130.00 
145.00 



140.00 
160.00 



IRON BODY— FLANGED, STANDARD TRAVERSE 



Size inches 


2 


2H 


3 


m 


4 


4^' 


5 


6 


Traverse inches 

Diameter of Flanges " 

Price each 


2K 

6 

15.00 


2^ 

7 

16.00 


2M 
18.50 


3 

W2 

25.00 


30.00 


40.00 


4 

10 
48.00 


5 

11 
55.00 


Size inches 


7 


8 


9 


10 


12 


14 


15 


16 


Traverse inches 

Diameter of Flanges " 

Price each 


6 

12^ 
80.00 


7 
13^ 
110,00 


7 

15 

120.00 


7 

16 

175.00 


8 

19 

250.00 


10 

21 

500,00 


10 10 
22M 231^ 
550,00 600,00 



IRON BODY-FLANGED, SPECIAL TRAVERSE 



Traverse 



6 
10 
12 
14 
16 
18 



m. 



Size., 



Price, each 



18.00 
23.00 
25.50 
28.00 
30.50 
33.00 



2^ 



20.00 
26.00 
29.00 
32,00 
35.00 
38.00 



25.00 

32.50 

36, 

40.1 

44.1 

48, 



33^ 



35.0040.00 
45.00|52.00 
,00158.00 
.0064.00 
,0070.00 
,0076.00 



,5050. 
,5055, 
,5060, 
,5065, 



m 



50.00 
63.00 
70.00 
77.00 
85.00 



The expansion will average about 2 to 3 



55.00 
72.00 
80.00 
88.00 
96.00 
104.00 



65.00 
90.00 
102.50 
115.00 
127.50 
140.00 



112.00 
127.00 
142.00 
157.00 
172.00 



8 



inches in 100 feet of pipe- 



150.00 
170.00 
190.00 
210.00 
230.00 



•10 



225.00 
255.00 
285.00 
315.00 
350.00 



12 



300.00 
350.00 
400.00 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



139 



EXTRA HEAVY EXPANSION JOINTS 

Per Steam Working Pressures up to 250 Pounds 
IRON BODY-WITH TIE RODS-BRASS SLEEVE 






^Fig. 1583A 
SCREWED 










Size.. ^.- 


inches 


2 


m 


3 


m 


4 


5 


Traverse 

End to End, Opened 

Price, Faced and Drilled 


inches 

. .each 


W2 

15^ 
30.00 


W2 

15% 
40.00 


2M 
16J^ 
50.00 


3 

18 

60.00 


3% 
70.00 


4 

21^ 
80.00 


Size 


inches 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


12 


Traverse 

End to End, Opened 

Price, Faced and Drilled 


inches 

each 


5 

24>^ 
100.00 


6 

21% 
120.00 


7 

30% 

145.00 


7 

31% 

190.00 


7 

32% 

240.00 


8 
290.00 



FLANGED 



Size inches 


2 


W2 


3 


W2 


4 


5 


Traverse inches 

Face to Face, Opened " 

Diameter of Flanges " 


2H 
15K 

35.00 


W2 

16 

W2 

45.00 


2% 
17^ 

8% 
55.00 


3 

18M 

9 

65.00 


3% 

10 
75.00 


4 
22% 
11 


Price, Faced and Drilled. each 


85.00 


Size inches 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


12 


Traverse inches 

Face to Face, Opened " 

Diameter of Flanges " 


5 

25% 

12K 

105.00 


6 

28J^ 
14 
125.00 


7 
31^ 
15 
150.00 


7 
31^ 

200.00 


7 
335^ 

250.00 


8 

37% 
203^ 


Price, Faced and Drilled each 


300.00 


Siwp inches 


14 


15 


16 


18 












T'r^ivpT'Qp iTiphes 


10 
43 
23 
500.00 


10 

43K 

24^ 

500.00 


10 
45 

2W2 

750.00 


10 

46>^ 
28 
1000.00 






Face to Face, Opened " 

DiJimptpy of Flfinffps 



















i 



140 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



BRASS STEAM COCKS AND WRENCHES 



SQUARE HEAD 



STANDARD 



FLAT HEAD 



THREE-WAY WITH CHECK 




Fig. 757A 




Fig. 757B 

SQUARE AND FLAT HEAD 




Fig. 757C 



Size inches 34 


% 


^ 


M 


1 


IM 


IK 


2 2^ 


3 


*3>^ 


*4 


Price each 

" Square Head with Check " 


.85 


1.00 


1.25 
1.40 


1.70 
1.90 


2.35 
2.55 


3.70 
3.95 


4.85 
5.15 


7,30 14.50 
7.65 .... 


22.50 


38.50 


50.00 



*Made to order only, at a special discount. 

THREE-WAY SQUARE HEAD-WITH CHECK 



Size inches 


M. 


% 


K 


M 


1 


Vm 


IM 


2 1 2mT 3 


Price each 


1.80 


2.10 


2.50 


3.00 


3.75 


5.75 


7.15 |11,00|18.75|26.00 





•'T" HANDLE 






- 








Size. 


inches 


Vh 


H 


% ' V2 


Va 


1 


Price .... 


each 


.85 


.85 
1.00 


1.00 
1.15 


1,25 
1.40 


1.70 
1.90 


2 35 


" with Check 


(( 


2 55 









FLAT HEAD-MALE AND FEMALE 






Size 


inches 


K 


% 


V2 


% 


1 


Wa W2 2 


Price 


each 


1.35 


1.45 


2.00 


2.50 


3.00 


5.35 6.75 9.85 





SPECIAL SQUARE AND 


FLAT HEAD 








Size 


inches 


¥2 


M 


1 


IM 


IM 2 


2^ 


rs^ 


Price 


each 


1.25 


1,70 


2.35 


3.70 


4.85 7.30 


14.50 22.50 



EXTRA HEAVY SQUARE HEAD-For 250 Pounds Working Pressure 



Size inches 


M 


H 


V2 


H 


1 


IM 


W2 2 


2M 3 


Price each 


1.40 


1.75 


1.75 


2,40 


3.60 


6.00 


7.75 11.50 


23.00 35.00 



FLANGED-SQUARE OR FLAT HEAD 



Size inches 



Diameter ofPlanges,inches 
Price each 



m 

5.50 



m 



4 m 

7.30 9.70 



m 



5 
11.75 



6 

18.00 



23^ 



7 
27.50 



734 

43.00 



3M 



62.00 



84.00 



10 
150.00 



11 
275.00 



These cocks are made to order only. 

MALLEABLE IRON WRENCHES 

SQUARE HEAD 

FLAT HEAD 



Fig. 757D 



SQUARE HEAD 



Fig. 757E 



Number 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


9 


10 


10 


Size 

Price 


inches 

each 


M 

.05 


% 
.06 


¥2 

.07 


.09 


1 
,14 


.19 


W2 

.25 


2 

.44 


234 
.56 


3 
.56 


334 

1.00 


4 

1.00 


FLAT HEAD 


Number 


1 


2 


3 


5 


6 


7 


8 


Size 

Price 








inches 

each 


.ri 


:i 


1 

.14 


.25^ 


134 
.44 


2 
.56 


i\m 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



141 



BRASS GAS SERVICE AND METER COCKS 

STRAIGHTWAY SERVICE COCKS FLATHEAD 

TEE HANDLE flat HEAD SQUARE HEAD 



LOCK WING 







Fig. 9783A Fig. 9783B ^ig. 9783C Fig. 9783D 

WITHOUT CHECK— Tee Handle, Flat or Square Head 



Size 


. inches 


Vs 


M 


Vs 


V2 


M 1 1 


IM 


m 


2 


m 


3 


Price, Standard. 
" Extra " 


. . . each 


.90 
1.10 


.90 

1.10 


1.00 
1.20 


1.10 
1.30 


1.30 

1.80 


2.10 
3.00 


3.25 

4.50 


4.60 
6.50 


8.00 
11.20 


17.50 
24.50 


27.00 
37 80 









WrTH CHECK 


— Tee Handle, Flat 


or Square Head 








Size 


inches 


H 


^ 


H 


1 


IM 


1^ 


2 


2K 


3 


Price, Standard . 
" Extra 


each 


1.15 

1.35 


1.30 

1.50 


1.55 
2.05 


2.40 

3.30 


3.70 
4.95 


5.10 
7.00 


8.75 
11.95 


18.50 
25.50 


28.25 
39 05 







LOCK WING— Flat or Square Head 



Size 


inches 


H 


Vs 


^ 


H 1 1 


IM 


IH 


2 


Price, Standard 

" Extra 


each 


1.20 
1.40 


1.30 
1.50 


1.40 
1.60 


1.60 

2.10 


2.50 
3.40 


3.85 
5.10 


5.35 
7.25 


9.00 

12.20 



PLAIN 




STRAIGHTWAY METER COCKS, FLAT HEAD LOCKWING 
WITH UNION 



Fig. 9783E 




Fig. 9783F 
PLAIN 




Fig. 9783G 



Size 


inches 


V 


'A 


H 


1 


IH 


1^ 


2 


Price, without Check, Standard . . 

Extra 

" with Check, Standard 

" Extra 


each 

it 

« 

a 


1.00 
1.20 
1.15 
1.35 


1.10 
1.30 
1.30 
1.50 


1.30 
1.80 
1.55 
2.05 


2.10 
3.00 
2.40 
3.30 


3.25 

4.50 
3.70 
4.95 


4.60 
6.50 
5.10 
7.00 


8.00 
11.20 

8.75 
11.95 


WITH UNION 


Size 


inches 


V 


M 


% 


1 


1^ 


1^ 


2 


Price, without Check, Standard . . 

Extra 

" with Check, Standard 

Extra 


each 

li 

a 
li 


1.55 
1.75 
1.70 
1.90 


1.70 
1.90 
1.90 
2.10 


2.05 
2.55 

2.30 
2.80 


3.10 
4.00 

3.40 
4.30 


4.65 
5.90 
5.10 
6.35 


6.70 
8.60 
7.20 
9.10 


10.90 
14.10 
11.65 
14.85 


LOCK WING 


Size . 


inches 


H 


^ 


H 


1 


IM 


IK 


2 


Price, Standard 

" Extra 


each 


1.30 
1.50 


1.40 
1.60 


1.60 
2.10 


2.50 
3.40 


3.85 
5.10 


5.35 
7.25 


9.00 
12.20 



Square or tee head meter cocks same hsts as above. 



^ I 



142 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



IRON COCKS 



SQUARE HEAD 



FLAT HEAD 



THREE-WAY 






Fig. 8511A 



Tig. 8511B 

STANDARD 

For 125 Pounds Working Pressure 



Fig. 8511C 



Size inches 



y2 



IH 



V-A 



2>^ 



Price, All Iron, Screwed 

« « Flanged 

" with Brass Plug, Screwed . 
" '' Flan ged. 



.each 



.90 

i^so 



1.05 

i'eo 



1.30 
2.25 
1.90 
3.00 



1.60 
2.75 
2.65 
3.75 



'1.95 
3.25 
3.75 
5.00 



2.70 
4.25 
5.25 
7.00 



4.40 
6.25 

8.75 
10.50 



Size inches 



Price, All Iron, Screwed 

« '\ " Flanged 

" with Brass Plug, Screwed. 
« " « « Flanged. 



W2 



.each 



6.75 

9.50 

13.00 

15.75 



12.00 
15.00 
27.50 
30.00 



15.50 

19.00 
36.50 
40.00 



32.00 
36.00 
67.00 
70.00 



45.00100.00 

50.00107.00 

94.00 200.00 

100.00,210.00 

These cocks will be furnished with check when so ordered, at a special price. 

EXTRA HEAVY FLAT HEAD 

For 200 Pounds Working Pressure 
With Cast Iron Plug, Nut and Washer 



Size inches 


¥2 


% 


1 


IM 


W2 


2 


W2 


3 


4 


Price, All Iron each 

« with Brass Washer... « 
" Plug « 


1.15 
1.25 
1.70 


1.25 
1.40 
2.25 


1.75 

2.00^ 
2.80 


2.10 
'2.45 
3.85 


2.80 
3.20 
5.60 


3.65 

4.15 
7.00 


6.50 

7.25 

13.25 


9.00 
10.00 
19.00 


22.50 
26.00 
56.00 


THREE-WAY— SCREWED 

For 125 Pounds Working Pressure 


Size inches 


M 


1 


IJi 


W2 


2 


2K 


3 


m 


4 


5 


6 


Price, All Iron, .each 
« with Brass Washer « 
« « « Plug. « 


1.65 
1.80 
2.20 


1.80 
2.05 
2.40 


2.05 

2.40 
3.10 


2.65 
3.05 
4.50 


3.65 
4.15 
6.25 


5.35 
6.10 
9.75 


7.50 

8.50 

13.75 


14.00 
16.00 
30.00 


19.00 
22.50 

40.00 


36.50 
42.50 
71.50 


52.00 

60.00 

100.00 



These cocks will be furnished with check when so ordered, at a special price. 
Flanged three-way cocks will be furnished to order. Prices on application. 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



143 



VULCANIZED ASBESTOS PACKED IRON COCKS 

SCREWED ANGLE 

STRAIGHTWAY 




Fig. 759A 




STRAIGHTWAY 



Fig. 759B 



Size .r 


.. inches 


Vs 


'A 


Vs 


y?, 


H 


1 


IK 


IH 


Price, Standard 

" Heavy 

" Extra Heavy. . . 


each 


1.30 


1.30 

2.00 


1.45 
2.00 


1.60 
2.00 
2.40 


2.10 

2.50 
3.00 


2.50 
3.00 
3.50 


3.50 

4.25 
5.00 


4.75 
5.75 

6.75 


Size.... 


. . inches 


2 


W2 


3 


m 


4 


5 


6 


.... 


Price, Standard 

" Heavy 

Extra Heavy... 


each 

a 


7. CO 

8.50 

10.00 


12.00 
11.50 
17.00 


18.00 
21.50 
26.00 


27.00 
32.50 
38.00 


30.00 
36.00 
42.00 


45.00 


60.00 













ANGLE 












Size ... .inches 


M 


Vs 


'A 


H 


1 


IM 


I'A 


2 


W2 


3 


Price, Staadard. . .each 


1.30 


1.45 


1.60 


2.10 


2.50 


3.50 


4.75 


7.00 


12.00 


18.00 



FLANGED 



ANGLE 



STRAIGHTWAY 





Fig. 7590 



STRAIGHTWAY 



Fig. 759D 



Size inches 



Price, Standard each 

" Heavy " 

" Extra Heavy " 



2.50 
3.00 
3.50 



IM 



3.50 

4.25 
5.00 



I'A 



4.75 
5.75 

6.75 



2M 



3K 



7.0012.00:18.00 27.00 30.00 

8.50'14.50 21.5032.50 36.00 

10 . 00; 17 . 00 26 . 00;38 . 00 42 . 00 



45.00 



60.00 









ANGLE 














Size 


inches 


H 


Vs 


^ 


H 


1 


1^ 


13^ 


2 


m 


3 


Price, Standard 


each 


1.30 


1.45 


1.60 


2.10 


2.50 


3.50 


4.75 


7.00 


12.00 


18.00 



The 2}4 to 6-inch have four-bolt glands. 



144 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



STRAIGHT NOSE 



AIR COCKS 

Steam Metal 
"T" HANDLE 
MALE BOTH ENDS 



■^ 



Fig. 787A 




BIBB NOSE 




Fig. 787C 





STRAIGHT 


NOSE 












Size 


inches 


Vs 


M 


.50 


y2 

.60 


M 


1 


Price 


each 


.40 


.45 


.90 


1.15 




MALE BOTH ENDS 










Size 


, inches 


Vh 


14 


H 


H 


Price 


each 


.55 


.65 


.75 


.90 




BIBB NOSE 










Size 


inches 


Vs 


M 


Vs 


y2 


Price Plain Nose 


each 


.70 
.80 


.80 
1.00 


.90 
1.10 


1.00 


" Threaded Nose 


(( 


1.35 







STRAIGHT NOSE 



LEVER HANDLE 

MALE BOTH ENDS 



BIBB NOSE 




m^ mm 




Fig. 787E . ' 
STRAIGHT NOSE 



Fig. 787F 



Size 


inches 


Vs 


M 


% 


3^' 1 M 


1 


Price 


each 


.55 


.60 


.65 


.75 


1.05 


1.30 




MALE BOTH ENDS 








Size 


inches 


Vs 


M ■ 


H 


y2 


Price 




. each 


.70 


.80 


.90 


1 05 








BIBB NOSE 


Size 


i 


nches 


Vs 


M 


Vs 


^ 






Price, Plain Nose 

*' Threaded Nose 


each 


.85 
.95 


.95 
1.15 


1.05 
1.25 


1.15 
1 50 







CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



145 



AIR AND GAUGE COCKS 



AIR COCKS - 

"T" HANDLE 

MALE AND FEMALE ii a wnT p 

FEMALE BOTH ENDS LEVER HANDLE 

MALE AND FEMALE FEMALE BOTH ENDS 




J^: '-:4 ^^^^^^^^^i^^^^ 



M«ni 



Fig. 1352B Flg.l352C Fig. 1352D 

"T" HANDLE, MALE AND FEMALE 



Size .*. inches 


Vs 


H 


Vs 


y2 




Price each 


.75 


.85 


,95 1 1.15 





"T" HANDLE, FEMALE BOTH 


ENDS 






Size 


. inn.hps 


Vs 


M 


H 


1^ 




/2 


Price 


..each 


.75 


.85 


.95 


1.15 





LEVER HANDLE, MALE AND FEMALE 






Size 


. . inp.ViPst 


Vs 


H 


Vs 


y2 




Price 


p.anln 


.90 


1.00 


1.10 


1.30 







LEVER HANDLE, FEMALE BOTH ENDS 






Size 


. . innViPQ 


Vs 


K 


H 


M 




Price 


PtflP.h 


.90 


1.00 


1.10 


1.30 





PLAIN 



GAUGE COCKS 

COMPRESSION 

WITH STUFFING BOX 





BALL 




Fig. 1352E 


Fig. 1352F 






Fig. 1352G 


Size, Plain 


inches 


H 


H 


■ 'A 

1,00 
1.30 
1.00 


M 


Price, Plain 

" with Stuffing Box 

" Ball 


each 


.85 


.95 
1.20 

1.00 


1.25 
1.45 
1.10 



146 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



STEAM GAUGE SIPHONS, ETC. 



No.l 




No. 3 



No. 2 






Fig.9792A ' Fig, 9792B 


Fig. 97920 






Fig. 9792D 


Number 




1 


2 


3 


4 


Prrrp Hra^^ F'inished 


. each 


1.00 
1.50 


1.25 
1.75 


1.50 
2.00 


1.50 


" Nickel-plated " 


2.00 



IRON SIPHONS 




Fig. 9792E 



Size inches 

Price, Iron each 

" Brass Finished 

" Nickel-plated ^' 



.50 

1.00 
1.50 



LONG 



STANDARD 




MARINE FUSIBLE PLUGS 

These plugs are filled with Banca Tin, fulfilling 
in every respect the requirements of the Steamboat 
Inspection Service of the United States Government. 
In ordering, specify whether to be inserted from 
inside or outside of boiler shell. 




Fig. 9792F 



Fig. 9792G 



Size 


inches 


^ 


H 


1 


IH 


13^ 


2 


Price Standard 


each 


.60 
1.20 


.75 
1.50 


1.00 
2.00 


1.50 
3.00. 


2.00 
--4. 00 


3.00 


" Long 


6.00^ 




BRASS SWING JOINTS 



Size inchee 


H 


Vs 


'A 


M 


Price. Rouarh each 


1.90 
2.30 


2.20 

2.70 


'2.50 
3.00 


3.50 


" Finished " 


4.00 


Size inches 


l" 


IM 


I'A 


2 


Price, Rough each 

" Finished " 


5.00 
5.75 


6.50 
7.25 


9.00 
10.00 


15. 4U 
17.40 



Fig. 9792H 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



147 



GAUGES AND THERMOMETERS 

GAUGES 

ALTITUDE HYDRAULIC 



TEST 




Fig. 7810A 




. -Fig. 7810B 
ALTITUDE 




Fig. 7810C 



Size of Dial . *. .' inches 



Pric3, Iron Case, Brass Ring, .each 

" Brass Case " 

" Nickel-plated Case. " 



3K 



10.00 
10.18 
12.00 
12.75 



^'A 



12.00 
12.20 
14.00 
15.00 



12.00 
12.20 
14.00 
15.00 



5^ 



14.00 
14.25 

16,00 
17.25 



6 



16.00 
16.50 
20.00 
21.50 



m 



20.00 
20.60 
25.00 
27.00 



8K 



30.00 
30.75 
40.00 
42.50 



10 



40.00 
41.00 
50.00 
53.00 



12 



60.00 
61.50 
80.00 
84.00 



Prices include cock. Also furnished with black dial, when specified, at same price. 

HYDRAULIC 

The 4>^ and 5-inch sizes are for pressures not exceeding 2500 pounds. All other 
sizes are for pressures from 500 to 20000 pounds per square inch. No extra charge for 
marking tons on ram on dials. A check valve should he used. Cocks are extra 



Size of Dial inches 



Price, Iron Case, Brass King .each 

" N. P. " " 

" Brass Case " 

" Nickel-plated Case " 



25.00 
25.50 

:o.oo 

31.00 



30.00 
30.50 
35.00 
36.00 



6 



35.00 
35.50 
40.00 
41.50 



6M 



50.00 
50,60 
60,00 
62.00 



m 



70.00 
70.75 
80,00 
82.50 



10 



90.00 

91.00 

100.00 

103.00 



12 



110.00 
111.50 
125.00 
129.00 



TEST 



Size of Dial inches 


3 


W2 

14.00 
14.75 


4^ 


5J^ 


6 


en 


m, 


10 


Price, Brass Case each 

" Nickel-plated Case .", " 


14.00 
14.60 


16.00 
17.00 


20.00 
21.25 


25.00 
26.50 


30.00 
32.00 


40.00 
42.50 


50.00 
53.00 



When ordering, do not fail to state the pressure to which you wish the gauge 
graduated. Test gauges should be graduated to at least 50 per cent beyond the highest 
working pressure. 



STRAIGHT 



THERMOMETERS 

For Steam and Hot Water Heating 
Furnished with Black Metal Scale 



ANGLE 



Price, Straight, Hot Water , . each 

" Angle, " " " 

" Straight, Steam, with Pressure Scale " 

" Angle, " " " "... " 



3.00 
3.50 
3.25 
3,75 



Fig. 7810D 




Fig. 7810E 



148 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



FBESSURE 



GAUGES 

PRESSURE AND VACUUM 



VACUUM 





Fig. 7811A 






Fig. 7811B 




Size of Dial inches 


2 


- 2^ 


3 


3^ 


4.V2 


5 


Price, Iron Case, Brass Ring each 

a a '* N P *' " 


6.00 
6.15 

8.00 
8.60 


6.00 
6.15 
8.00 
8.60 


6.00 
6.15 

8.00 
8.60 


7.00 
7.18 
9.00 
9.75 


8.00 

8.20 

10.00 

11.00 


8.00 
8.20 


" Brass Case 


11.00 


" Nickel-plated Case " 


12.00 


Size of Dial inches 


5^ 


6 


6M 


-m 


10 


12 


Price Iron Case Brass Rinff each 


10,00 
10.25 
12.00 
13.25 


13.00 
13.50 
16.00 
17.50 


16.00 
16.60 
20.00 
22.00 


22.00 
22.75 
30.00 
32.50 


32.00 
33.00 
40.00 
43.00 


50.00 


" " " N. P. *' '* 


51.50 


" Brass Case " 


75.00 


" Nickel-plated Case " 


79.00 



Prices include cock, except the 2 and 2i-^-inch sizes, 
ordering pressure gauges. 

HOUSE HEATER 



State workinjj; pressure when 

COMPOUND 
PRESSURE AND VACUUM 





Fig. 7811C 



HOUSE HEATER 



Fig. 7811D 



Size of Dial 


inches 


3V^ 


414 


5 


Price, Iron Case, Brass Ring, including Cock 

a a " N P " " " 


each 


7.00 
7.18 


8.00 
8.20 


8.00 
8.20 



COMPOUND PRESSURE AND VACUUM 



Size of Dial inches 


m 


41^ 


5-53^ 


6 


6M 


SVo 


10 


12 


Price, Iron Case, Brass Ring, ea. 

a a a ^ p^ a « 

" Brass Case " 


10.00 

10.18 
12.00 
12.75 


12.00 
12.20 
14.00 
15.00 


14.00 
14,25 

16.00 
17.25 


16.00 
16.50 
20.00 
21.50 


20.00 
20.60 
25.00 
27.00 


30.00 
30.75 
40.00 
42.50 


40.00 
41.00 
50.00 
53.00 


60.00 
61.50 
80.00 


" Nickel-plated Case ..." 


84.00 



Price includes cock. State pressure when ordering. 



11 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



149 



EXHAUST HEADS 

SORGE LYMAN 





Tig. 3387A - Fig. 3387B 

SORGE 

These exhaust heads are made of cast iron only. They are efficient, durable and 
very simple, 'they are a perfect oil and water eliminator. No leakage possible. Only 
the dry steam escapes. They have large passages, which prevent back pressure. They 
have a positive impact, the recognized best method for removing all oil and water from 
steam. 



Size of Exhaust Pipe inches 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


10 


Weight pounds 

Price » each 


38 

30.00 


61 
40.00 


100 
50.00 


115 

60.00 


145 
75.00 


190 
90.00 


340 
125.00 


Size of Exhaust Pipe inches 


12 


14 


16 


18 


20 "^ 


24 




Weight pounds 

Price each 


442 
150.00 


535 

200.00 


830 
250.00 


1065 
300.00 


1200 
360.00 


1700 
600.00 


.... 



Companion flange furnished with each exhaust head up to and including 12 inches 
in size, with necessary gasket and bolts. For sizes intermediate between these, the 
next larger size must be used, and we will furnish properly tapped companion flange. 
No companion flange furnished for sizes larger than 12-ineh,but bottom flange is drilled 
and tapped as per above list, unless especially ordered otherwise. 

LYMAN 

These exhaust heads completely stop the emission of water and grease from outlet 
of exhaust pipe, which is so damaging to roofs, wall, etc. The steam escapes dry. No 
backpressure. The only head made with slip flange (standard) with expansion drip, 
which will not leak or tear loose in cold weather, 
to clean same without taking head down. 



Each head fitted with brass hand hole 



Size of Exhaust Pipe inches 


ItolJ^ 


2to23^ 


3to33^ 


4to43^ 


5 


6 


Weight pounds 

Price each 


18 
20.00 


22 
25.00 


30 

30.00 


40 
40.00 


55 

50.00 


75 

60,00 


Size of Exhaust Pipe inches 


7 


8 


9 


10 


12 


14 


Weight pounds 

Price each 


100 
75.00 


125 

90.00 


160 
105.00 


190 
125.00 


240 
150.00 


300 
200. OC 


Size of Exhaust Pipe inches 


16 


18 


20 


22 


24 




Weight pounds 

Price each 


460 
250.00 


550 
300.00 


700 


900 


1000 


.... 



43/^-inch and smaller, screwed; larger, flanged. 



150 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



WATER GAUGES 



Nos. 5 AND 7 



NOS. 9 AND 9'A 



No. 0000 



t 



Nos. 0, 3 AND 714 




Nos. 000, 1 AND IK 







Fig. 4:419A ^^S- 44:19B Fig. 4419C Fig. 4419D Fig. 4419E 

EXPANSION TANK GAUGES, BRONZED ROUND BODY-Two Guards 



Number 


1 0000 


Size, Thread 


inches 


/^ 


« Glass 


(( 


^xl2 
2 60 


Price . , . 


_ _ pn.ph 






WATER GAUGES, 


BRONZED ROUND BODY-Iron Wheels, Two Guards 


Number 


000 


1 


W2 


Size, Thread 

" Glass 


inches 


Vs 

J^x8 or 10 

2.75 


5^x12 
3.00 


H 

Mxl6 
4,50 


Price 


each 


WATER GAUGES, 


FINISHED ROUND BODY— Wood Wheels, Two Guards 


Number 





3 


m 




Size, Thread 

" Glass... 

Price 


inches 

each 


Vs 

5/^x8 or 10 

3.75 


%xl2 
4.25 


H 

Mxl6 
5.50 


WATER GAUGES, 


FINISHED ROUND BODY-Wood Wheels, Four Guards 


Number 


5 


7 


Size, Thread 


inches 


'A 

^xl2. 
5.00 


H 
%xie 

6.25 


" Glass 


a 


Price 


each 


WATER GAUGES, 


FINISHED SQUARE BODY— Wood Wheels, Four Guards 


Number 


9 


9^ 


Size Thread 


inches 


'A 

5^x12 
6.00 


Mx:i6 

8.00 


« Glass 


ii 


Price 


each 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



151 



STANDARD WATER COLUMNS AND 
COMBINATION WATER AND STEAM GAUGES 

^-OhVVl^ WATER COLUMNS, ONLY 

ONLY 

Nos. 1 Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4 are standard sizes as usually called for. Nos. and 00 

are designed especially for house heating boilers and have no holes for 
gauge cocks. With Nos. 00, 5 and 6, the connection to boiler is made from top 
. and bottom of column. 





Center 


Center to 


Center 






Tapped 










to 


Center 


to 




Tapped 

for 


for 


Tapped 


Top 
and 






Center 


Water 


Center- 


Extreme 


Water 


for 


Price 


No. 


Boiler 
Conn's 


Gauge 
Conn's 


Gauge 
Cocks 


Length 
Inches 


Boiler 
Conn's 


Gauge 
Conn's 


Gauge 
Cocks 


Bottom 
Tapped 
Inches 


Each 




Inches 


Inches 


Inches 




Inches 


Inches 


Inches 




00 . 


.... 


13 


.... 


n% 


.... 


y^ 


.... 


IM 


3.00 







9M 




13M 


y?. 


y% 




MxM 


1.50 


1 


10 


10 


'sVs 


13K 


y2 


yi 


% 


M 


2.75 


2 


12K 


12H 


Wi 


16>^ 


% 


yi 


¥>. 


1 


4.00 


8 


14 


14 


4K 


19 


*H 


«4 


y^. 


% 


6.00 


4 


18 


18 


4 


223^ 


V/a 


^4 


y^ 


V/a 


8.00 


5 


.... 


13^ 


^Vs 


20M 




y^ 




1^ 


7.50 


6 




nVs 


4^2 


301^ 





H 


M 


IM 


12.00 



*No. 3 water column can also be supplied tapped Y^ and 134 -inch for boiler 
Fig. 3133A connection. 



COMBINATION GAUGES COMPLETE 



Number. , 


1 


2 


3 


4 


Number of Gauge Cocks. . . 
Size of Gauge Cocks, inches 
Number of Steam Gauges. . 


2 

% 
1 


3 

y^ 
1 


3 
1 


3 

y. 


Size of Steam Gauges, inches 

" " Nipple " 

« " Globe Valve... " 
" " Syphon " 

*' " Bushings " 

Price, Complete each 


5 

25.00 


5 

y^ 

40.00 


6 

M 

M 
IxMi 

50.00 


6 

iMxM 
lMx34 

60.00 



For other combinations than above, add the price of trimmings 
as shown in the above list, or prices of any other trimmings, as may 
be preferred. 

The prices given are suitable for pressures up to and including 
175 pounds. For pressures up to 250 pounds, the same bodies may be 
used, but extra heavy gauge cocks and water gauges must be used. 

When not otherwise specified, complete combination gauges will 
be trimmed and furnished as in above list. 




Fig. 3133B 



152 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



GAUGE GLASSES AND ACCESSORIES 



SCOTCH GAUGE GLASSES 



m 


F ■ ^ .■---:■ ^■——T.^fl^ 






Fig. 4753A 


Length 


. , inches 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


15 


16 


17 


18 


Price, 3^ and ^-in. 
" M-inch 

" Vs " 


.per dozea 

u 
a 
a 


3.00 
3.60 
5.04 


3.24 
3.96 
5.64 


3.60 
4.32 
6.12 


3.84 

4.80 
6.60 


4.20 

5.16 
7.08 


4.44 
5.52 
7.56 


4.80 
5.88 
8.16 


5.04 
6.24 

8.64 


5:40 
6.60 
9.12 




6.12 


_6.72 1 


7.32 


r7.92 


8.52 


9.12" 


9^f2" 


10.82 


10.92 


Length 


. . inches 


19 


20 


22 


24 


30 


36 


48 


60 


72 


PricBj 3^ and 5^-in. 
" M-inch 

" Vs " 


.per dozen 

« 

u 


5.64 

7.08 
9.60 


6.00 

7.44 

10.20 


6.60 

8.16 

11.16 


7.20 

8.88 

12.12 


9.00 
11.16 
15.24 

18.24 


10.80 
13.44 
18.24 

21.96 


14.52 
18.00 
24.36 
29.16 


18.12 
22.56 

30.48 
36.48 


21.84 

27.12 
36.48 


« 1 " 


11.52 


12.12 


12.14 


14.64 


43.80 



60x11^ inches, per dozen, 60.00. 72x13^ inches, per dozen, 108.00. 



SQUARE WASHER 




GAUGE GLASS WASHERS 



ROUND WASHER 



"GILBERT'S" PRESERVER 





Fig. 4753B Fig. 4753C 




Fig. 475 3D 




Size inches 


y?. 


"~^ 


¥ 


1 


Price, Square, Half-Round or Round Washers per dozen 

" "Gilbert's" Self-Packing Preservers per box 


.25 

*.60 


.25 

*.60 


.35 

*.60 


.50 

*.60 



*Sizes ^, % and %-inch, packed 1 dozen in box. 1-inch size, }4 dozen in box. 

GAUGE GLASS CUTTERS 

CHESTERTON 

\VI^_^Z ~~IrWi BOSTON 




CgS33E^3i^ 



im 



-&aar^EftDb^AW.C.,e^^&^ 



Fig. 4753E 



Hg. 4753F 



Price, Chesterton 


.each 


2 00 


« Boston 


1.50 


EXTRA BRASS GUARDS FOR WATER GAUGES 






Length inches 


12 


14 


16 


18 


20 22 


24 


30 


Price each 


.09 


.10 


.12 


.15 


.16 1 .17 


.18 


.21 



All guards % inch in diameter. 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



153 



m 



PLAIN 



STEAM WHISTLES 

WHISTLE VALVE 



WITH VALVE 






Fig. 800A 



Fig. 800B 
PLA8N WHISTLES WITHOUT VALVE 



Fig, 800 C 



Diameter of Beil inches 


1 


m 


iy2 


2 


2^ 


3 


m 


Length of Bell inches 

Size of Pipe " 

Price each 


W2 


3 

H 
2.75 


3.00 


4 

y^ 

4.35 


4>^ 
5^l5 


5 

7.25 


9.50 


Diameter of Bell inches 


4 


5 


6 


8 


10 


12 


.... 


Length of Bell inches 

Size of Pipe 

Price each 


6^ 
12.00 


8 
19. o1) 


W2 

2 
24.00 


14 

70.00 


16 
3 

175.00 


22 
3 

350.00 


.... 



WHISTLES WITH VALVE-ADJUSTABLE LEVER 



Diameter of Bell inches 


1 


m 


IH 


2 


W2 


3 


3^ 


Length of Bell inches 

Size of Pipe 

Price each 


W2 

H 
3.10 


3 

Vs 
3.75 


% 
4.00 


4 
5.5I) 


^¥2 
6.I0 


5 

1 

8.50 


5^ 
11.50 


Diameter of Bell inches 


4 


5 


6 


8 


10 


12 


.... 


Length of Bell inches 

Size of Pipe '. . 

Price .each 


63^ 
15.00 


8 
22.50 


93^ 
2 
33.00 


14 

W2 
95.00 


16 
3 

225.00 


22 

3 

425.00 


.... 



Brass Whistles with longer bell than standard made to order. 
WHISTLE VALVES-BRASS 



Size 


inches 


% 


-Yz 


% 


1 


1^ 


m 


2 


2}^ 


3 


Price 


each 


2.00 


2.50 


3.00 


3.50 


5.00 


6.00 


9.00 


18.00 


27.00 



CHIME WHISTLES 




ng. sooD 

Any number or size of Bells made to order. 



Prices on application. 



t'lilii^ 



154 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



ALLEN GREASE AND OIL CUPS 

GREASE CUPS 

"COLUMBIA" "WESTERN' 

( mUiiiiiiilUmtitUUiUU) 





Fig. 6686A Fig. 6686B 

. "Columbia" Cups are with smooth finish and are used more particularly on 
machinery which is in plain sight where some attention must be paid to the appear- 
ance of the cups. 

"Western" Cups are manufactured lo fill the need for a heavy, cheap, serviceable, 
grease cup, being used on agricultural machinery, etc. 

The large corrugations on cover make it very easy to screw on or off. 



Number 


00 





1 


2 


3 


1 


Capacity 

Inside Diameter 

Size of Thread 


. . .ounces 
inches 


Vs 

.70 
.82 
.25 


IM 

M 
1^ 

.90 

1.06 

.35 


1 

^2 
/^ 

1 . 15 

1.86 

.45 


2 

2 

■ Vs 

1.50 

1.80 

,55 


¥2 

2K 

2.15 
2.1)0 

.80 


5 
3 

¥2 

2M 

2.90 
3.40 
1.05 


Height, Over All .... 

Price, "Columbia", Finished 

" " Nickel-plated . . 

" "Western", Grey Iron 


each 



•AJAX'* GREASE CUP 



PLAIN BRASS OIL CUP 





Fig. 6686D 
Fig. 6686C 

"AJAX" GREASE CUPS 

This cup with spring and ratchet is designed to fill the demand in places where the 
vibration is excessive, and where there is danger of the top shaking loose or off. The 
action is positive. Made rough and finished. 



Number . 



Capacity ounces 

Inside Diameter inches 

Size of Thread " 

Price, Rough Brass each 

" Finished Brass " 

'' " Nickel-plated " 



000 



M 
% 
¥^ 

.90 
1.05 
1.20 



00 



1.10 
1.25 
1.40 



I 



% 

IM 
M 

1.35 
1.50 

1.70 



1 

W2 

¥x 

1.70 
1.90 
2.15 



2 
2 

2.30 
2.50 
-2.80 



3 



3^2 

¥2 

3.10 
3.40 
4.00 



PLAIN BRASS OIL GUPS 

Made in Red Metal only, and finished in a first-class manner. With or without tube. 


Diameter inches 


% 


M 


¥s 


1 


IM 


11^ 


m 


Wi 


2 


Wa 


[23^1 


3 


Size of Thread., .inches 

Price, Plain each 

Add for Brass Tubes " 


¥s 

.25 
.10 


.10 


lio 


.10 


.15 


!l5 


y% 

1.25 

.15 


i!io 

15 


¥2 

1.75 

.15 


¥ 
2.25 

.20 


¥2 
2.75 
.20 


4^00 
.20 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



155 



LUBRICATORS AND OIL PUMPS 

WOOD WHEEL LUBRICATORS 

PLAIN WITH AIR COCK AND TUBE 





Pig. 1327A 



Pig. 1327B 



The lubricator with air cock and tube is so constructed that the flow of oil is reg- 
ulated by condensation (it feeds as it condenses), a very important feature. 



Diameter of Body inches 



Shank, Iron Pipe Thread inches 

Plain 



With Air Cock and Tube. 



.each 



Diameter of Body inches 



Shank, Iron Pipe Thread inches 

Plain each 

With Air Cock and Xvil>e. ." " 



2.00 



2M 



3.25 
4.25 



IM 



% 
2,20 
3.20 



23^ 



3.75 
4.75 



W2 



7% 

2.40 
3.40 



4.75 
5.75 



IM 



¥2 

2.60 
3.60 



33^ 



/^4 

7.00 
8.00 



2.90 
3.90 



10.00 
11.00 




FELTHOUSEN BRASS BODY OIL PUMPS 

ANGLE HORIZONTAL 

Screw 

or Strainer Top 
Sliank Thread 




Pig. 1327C 



Pig. 1327D 



Description 



Number 

Capacity , . pints 

Size of Body inches 

Price, Finished each 

" Nickel Plated... " 



Angle 



03 

2x2 

3.50 

4.00 



6 

¥2 

5.00 
5.50 



7 

1 

3Kx33^ 
7.50 
8.00 



Horizontal 



3 

2x2 
3.50 

4.00 



04 

¥2 

5.00 

5.50 



4 
1 

7.50 
8.00 



5 
3 

1X^¥2 

12.00 
12.75 



Nos. 1 and 2 htted with tallow bowl, same capacity and dimensions as No. 3. Price 
No. 1 rough, brass finish, 3,50; nickel plated, 4.00; No. 2, brass finish, 5.00; nickel plated, 
5.50. 



156 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



GLASS BODY SIGHT-FEED LUBRICATORS 



"PARAGON" 



FOR GAS, GASOLINE OR OIL ENGINES 

"MARS" 





"EXPLOSO'' 




Fig. 16 9A 



Fig. 169B 



Fig. 169C 



'PARAGON' 



Capacity ounces 

Height of Glass inches 

Diameter of Glass " 

Size, Thread " 

Price, Finished Bronze each 

" Nickel-plated " 

" extra Sight-Feed Glasses. . . per dozen 



IK 



^2 



10 



18 



32 



H 

2.00 
2.40 
1.20 



2 

Vs 
2.80 
3.25 
1.20 



% 

3.50 
4.10 
1.20 



4.00 
4.60 
1.20 



3 
3 

5.40 
6.25 
1.20 



4 

7.00 
8.20 
1.20 



5 

4M 

% 

14.00 
16.40 

1.20 



'MARS' 



Capacity ounces 



Height of Glass 

Diameter of Glass 

Size, Thread 

Price, Bronze 

" Finished and Nickel-plated. 
" extra Sight-Feed Glasses . . . 



. inches 



each 

a 

.per dozen 



W2 



2 

H 

5.80 
6.80 
1.20 



21/8 
2M 
Vs 
6.50 
7.75 
1.20 



2^ 
2K 

'A 

8.00 
9.50 
1.20 



10 



3 
3 

10.00 

H2.00 

1.20 



18 



4 

m 

% 

12.00 

14.00 

1.20 



'EXPLOSO' 



Capacity ounces 



Height of Glass inches 

Diameter of Glass " 

Size, Thread « 

Price, Finished Brass each 

" Nickel-plated " 

" extra Glasses " 

" Leather Washers per dozen 



1^8 
W2 

4.50 

5.00 

.10 

.30 



IM 



1^ 

IM 

M 

4.75 

5.25 

.10 

.36 



2K 



IK 
2 

H 

5.00 

5.50 

.12 

.40 



23^ 

2^ 

% 

5.50 

6.00 

.15 

.45 



23^8 

23^ 

% 

6.50 

7.00 

.25 

.50 



10 



3 
3 

V2 

9.00 

9.75 

.35 

.60 



18 



4 

V2 

11.50 

12.25 

.65 

.75 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



157 



DETROIT IMPROVED STANDARD 
SIGHT-FEED LUBRICATORS 



DOUBLE CONNECTION 



EXTERIOR 

" Jl 



SECTIONAL 





Tig. 5849A Fi^, 5849B 

The Detroit Improved Standard Double Connection Lubricator is a quality product 
throu^'hout. In it are all the essentials of a perfect lubricator combined in a compact 
and well balanced design. 

The support arm is in two parts. The part containing the globe valve is first 
screwed into the steam pipe and the lubricator is then coupled to it. This makes at- 
tachment easy and, on account of the globe valve, the lubricator can be removed at 
any tune for any purpose without letting down steam. The heating passage from the 
upper sight-feed arm to the support arm passes directly through the body of the lubri- 
cator and, being always filled with steam, keeps the oil constantly warm and in a 
thoroughly liquid condition. This lubricator is well suited for feeding heavy oils. 

Capacity pints 3^ >^ 1 2 4 8 

Size of Thread inches y4 }4 }i ^ H H 

Sight-Feed Glass .. . " %x2X6 Mx3 %xS M^SM M^^K H^^H 

Gauge Glass. " ^x2>i^6 H^'^li H^Ws Vb^Ws Mx6 ^x7M 

Price, Finished each 

*' Nickel-plated.. " . . . . * *]"] WW. ...,. ..,[, 




Fig. 5849 C 



SINGLE CONNECTION 

The Detroit Improved Standard Single Connection occupies 
the same place among single connection lubricators that the 
double connection holds among double connection lubricators. 
It has replaced the Style C lubricator. 

It is essentially the same as the double connection lubricator, 
except that it has an equalizing tube made necessary by the 
single connection. 

The support arm is connected to the body at the center of 
gravity. On this account the connection holds the lubricator very 
firmly and vibration is reduced to a minimum. 

Capacity pints M 3^ J^ 1 2 

Size of Thread .. .inches }| Vi H ]4 ¥% 

Price, Finished each 

" Nickel-plated " 

Size of glass, sight-feed, for \i, ^ and 3^-pint, %x2y^ inches; 
pint and quart sizes same as double connection lubricators. 
Prices on application. 



158 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



PENBERTHY AUTOMATIC INJECTORS 

A perfect restarting automatic machine; meaning, if the 
current of water is broken by any cause, the injector will pick 
up the w^ater and re-establish the current to the boiler without 
the least attention. Every machine is carefully tested, and will 
w^ork on the following points: Start low, 20 to 22 lbs. steam on 
3-foot lift. Work high, 165 to 170 lbs. steam on 3-foot lift. 
Lift water, 20 to 24 feet on 60 to 80 lbs. steam. Will deliver 
w^ater to boiler at 160 to 212 degrees, according to temperature 
of feed water and steam pressure. Water 200 to 212 degrees 
can always be delivered at nearly all pressures over 50 lbs. by 
throttling suction valve and delivering minimum capacity. It 
is advisable in many cases to install an injector large enough so 
that the supply can be cut dow^n and attain this result, thereby 
saving fuel. By placing a short piece of pipe having a stopcock, 
in the overflow, and closing after the injector has started, 
water 8 to 10 degrees hotter can be handled, but the injector is 
rendered non-automatic while the stopcock is closed. 



REPAIR PARTS 
X R V 




Fig. 7280A 













Gallons per 






H. P. 


H. P. 




Hour 


Size 


Price 
Each 


Based on 
Ordinary 

Tubular 
Boiler 


Based on 

30 Lbs. Water 

per H. P. 

per Hour 


Pipe 

tions 
Inches 


1 TO 3-FT. Lift, 

60 to 110 Lbs. 

Steam 

Pressure 




Max. 


Min. 


o 


15.00 


3 to 6 


4 to 8 


¥ 


60 


35 


oo 


16.00 


4 " 8 


6 " 12 


H 


80 


45 


A 


18.00 


8 " 16 


10 " 20 


H 


135 


70 


AA 


20.00 


12 '' 22 


15 " 30 


H 


180 


100 


B 


25.00 


17 " 32 


22 " 45 


H 


260 


140 


BB 


30.00 


20 " 45 


25 " 60 


H 


360 


180 


C 


40.00 


40 *' 65 


45 " 80 


1 


475 


250 


CO 


45.00 


45 " 80 


50 " 100 


1 


600 


325 


D 


55.00 


50 " 100 


60 " 135 


^H 


800 


425 


DD 


60.00 


75 " 135 


85 " 165 


l¥ 


1000 


525 


E 


75.00 


100 " 180 


125 " 235 


IVo 


1400 


740 


EE 


90.00 


115 " 255 


150 " 320 


1¥, 


1900 


850 


P 


110.00 


160 " 320 


200 '' 400 


2 


2400 


1275 


PF 


125.00 


200 " 400 


250 " 500 


2 


3000 


1600 


G 


150.00 


300 " 500 


325 " 600 


2H 


3600 


1875 


GG 


200.00 


375 " 600 


400 " 750 


23^ 


4200 


2150 




Yi^. *7280B 







REPAIR PARTS 












Size of Injector \ 


O 
OO 


A 
AA 


B 
BB 


C 

00 


D 
UD 


E 


EE 


F 


FF 


G 
GG 


R — Steam Jet. . .each 


.25 


.35 


.45 


.55 


.65 


.75 


.75 


.85' 


1.00 


2.00 


S — Suction Jet . . " 


.25 


.35 


.45 


.55 


.65 


,75 


.75 


.85 


1.00 


3.00 


Y— Delivery Jet. " 


1.25 


1.50 


2.00 


2.50 


3.00 


3.75 


4.50 


5.50 


6.50 


9.00 


X— Coupling Nut " 


.25 


.30 


.40 


.50 


.60 


1.25 


1.25 


1.50 


1.50 


2.00 


V— Tail Pipe.... " 


.25 


.30 


.40 


.50 


.60 


.80 


.80 


1,00 


1.00 


1.25 


Z — Overflow Cap " 


.30 


.40 


.50 


.60 


.70 


.80 


.80 


.90- 


.90 


1.50 


P_ " Valve " 


.40 


.50 


.60 


.75 


.90 


1.00 


1.10 


1.25 


1.25 


1.75 


N— " Hinge " 


.10 


.10 


.15 


.15 


.15 


.20 


.20 


.20 


.20 


.30 


0— Plug " 


.60 


.80 


1.00 


1.25 


1.50 


1.75 


1.75 


2.00 


2.00 


4.00 


Strainer " 


.40 


.45 


.50 


.55 


.60 


.75 


.75 


1.00 


1.00 


1.50 



Extra parts furnished for injectors numbered above 21000 without returning it to 
factory. In ordering parts do not fail to give serial letter and number, which will be 
found on top of overflow. In referring to or ordering parts, designate them by letter or 
name as per above. 



CHICAGO. ILLINOIS 



159 



CLOTH INSERTION 



PACKINGS 




RAINBOW 



M\ 



-^'0 







Tig. 4182A Fi^, 4182B 

. Cloth Insertion Sheet Packing. Cloth one or both sides. Made in rolls 
36 inches wide, Jj, 3V, Jle, r2, Vs, % and 1^ inch thick. Price, per pound, .60. 

4. ^f f ^S^^' F^'^?^^^^; E^P^ciaUy adapted for very high pressure. Will not harden or blow 
out Not affected by oiLs ammonia, hquors, steam, heat or alkalies. In rolls of about 200 lbs. 
each. Standard width, 36 niches; A", M, A, Vs, % and ^ inch thick. Price, per lb 1 00 
JUTE PACKING WASTE '' * ' 

OAKUM ^ 




Fie:. 4182C 




Fig. 4182D 



Price, 



Fig. 4182E 



!, Jute Packing, in 100-pound Coils ' per pound 

Plumbers' Oakum, in 50-pound Bales ! 1 ]!!".'..'.'!'.. per bale 

^* Rope Oakum, in 100 pound Coils ....!!".".!."!*.! ."per pound 



.10 

2.50 

.10 







COTTON WASTE 






Grade 


No. 1 White 


No. 2 White 


No. 1 Col. 


No. 2 Col. 


No. 3 Col. 


Price, l(K)lb.Hales,pcrlb. 


.20 


.18 


.12 


.10 


.08 


ASBESTOS EC 


>PE 


ASBESTOS 1 


VICK 







n 




CANDLE WICK 




Fig. 41 82 F 



Fig. 4182G 



Fig. 4182H 



Price, Asbestos Rope, Braided or Standard Twist, Reels of 10, 15, 25 and 50 lbs per lb 
I ^ ", ^^'^^^' Standard Grade, 3^, ^ and 1-lb. Balls, 5 and 10-lb. Spools « 
" Candle " l^ and }^-pound Balls « 



.50 
.50 
.30 



160 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



HOSE 



11 




V 



Fig. 4331A 
WATER CONDUCTING HOSE 

Two-ply hose, designed to conduct water under moderate pressure only. Sizes 
above 3-inch are mainly for tank hose; 3-ply hose, of medium strength, suitable for 
hydrants, garden and pump uses, street sprinkling, washing decks, etc. 

Pour-ply hose, recommended for all purposes where a particularly strong and reliable 
article is required. 

Five and 6-ply hose, for use where great resistance to pressure or very severe 
service is required. 



Internal Diameter 


inches 


y^ 


% 


1 


1^ 


1^ 


IM 


2 


2M 


23^ 


2M 


Price, 2-ply 

" 3 " 


per foot 


.20 
.25 
.30 
.37 
.45 


.25 
.30 
.37 
.46 
.55 


.33 

.40 
.50 
.62 
.75 


.42 
.50 
.62 
.77 
.93 


.50 
.60 
.75 
.93 
1.12 


.58 

.70 

.87 

1.08 

1.30 


.80 
1.00 
1.25 
1.50 


.75 

.90 

1.12 

1.40 
1.68 


.83 
1.00 
1.25 
1.56 

1.87 


.92 
1.10 


" 4 " " 


1.37 


" 5 " 


it 


1.71 


" 6 " 


tl 


2.05 


Internal Diameter 


inches 


3 


Wi 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 




Price, 2-ply 

" 3 " 


per foot 


.99 
1.20 
1.50 
1.87 
2.25 


1.16 

1.40 
1.75 
2.18 

2.62 


1.32 

1.60 
2.00 
2.50 
3.00 


1.65 
2.00 
2.50 
3.13 
3.75 


1.98 

2.40 
3.00 
3.75 
4.50 


2.31 
2.80 
3.50 
4.38 
5,25 


2.64 
3.20 
4.00 
5.00 
6.00 


2.97 
3.60 
^4.50 
5.63 
6.75 


3.33 

4.00 
5.00 
6.25 
7.50 





" 4 " 




« 5 " 




(( a it a 





All intermediate sizes charged at the list prjce of the next larger size, thus: 13^-inch 
is charged at l}^-inch price, etc. Furnished regularly in 25 and 50-foot lengths. 

STEAM HOSE 

Adopted at Meeting of Meclianical Rubber Goods Manufacturers* Association, 
April 26, 1910, to Take Effect May 2, 1910 



Internal Diameter 


inches 


¥2 


M 


1 


IM 


1^ 


1^ 


2 


2M 


W2 


Price, 3-ply 

" 4 *' 


per foot 


.47 
.56 
.70 
.84 
.98 
1.12 


.57 

,71 

.87 

1.05 

1.23 

1.41 


.70 
.87 
1.07 
1.28 
1.50 
1.70 


.85 
1.04 
1.30 
1.56 
1.82 
2.08 


1.02 
1.25 
1.56 
1.87 
2.18 
2.50 


1.18 
1.45 
1.81 
2.17 
2.53 
2.90 


1.34 
1.'66 
2.07 
2.49 
2.90 
3.32 


1.50 
1.87 
2.33 
2.80 
3.27 
3.74 


1.66 

2.08 


" 5 " " 


2.60 


« 6 " 


3.12 


a »j ti « 


3.64 


" 8 " " 


4.16 



When ordering, state steam pressure used. 
Note.— The list on steam hose applies to brewer's, air brake, car heating and air 
drill hose also. 



Likk. 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



161 



HOSE 

COTTON RUBBER-LINED MILL HOSE 




,Fig. 8016A 



Our mill hoBe is of medium weight, single body and for fire protection. 
It is mildew-proof and thoroughly reliable and will stand a water pressure of 300 
pounds. 



Size inches 


1 


IM 


W2 


2 


2K 


Price per foot 


.40 


.45 


.50 


.65 


.80 



JACKETED FIRE HOSE 



WOVEN SINGLE 



WOVEN JACKET 





Fig. 8016B 



Fig. 8016C 



The vital feature of cotton rubber-lined fire hose is the rubber tube. Our varied 
experience with this class of goods has taught us that the most satisfactory tube is one built 
uj) of three layers of rubber vulcanized together. By this method any imperfection in one 
layer is covered with the other layers, consequently pinholes cannot develop. 

Prices on application. ■ . . . 



£^' 



162 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



HOSE FITTINGS 

HOSE COUPLINGS 



Lua 

IM-INCH AND LARGER 



GARDEN 
i, %, AND 1-INCH 





Fig. 6867A 



IFll 

Fig. 6867B 



Size inches 


^ 


M 


1 


IK 


1^ 


2 


%^2 


Price, Hose Thread per dozen 

" Pipe " 


2.40 
2.65 


2.40 

2.65 


4.40 

4.65 


10.00 
10.50 


14.00 
15.00 


24.00 
26.00 


48.00 
50.00 


Size inches 


3 


3^ 


4 


5 


6 


8 




Price, Hose Thread per dozen 

" Pipe " 


75.00 

76.00 














120.66 


150.66 1250.00 


500.00 600.00 





STEAM HOSE COUPLINGS 




Fig. 6867C 



Size 


inches 


¥2 


M 


1 


IM 


W2 


2 


Wi 


Price, Iron Pipe Thread 

« Female Half Iron Pipe Thread. 


. per dozen 


15.00 
10.00 


15.00 
10.00 


18.00 
12.00 


24.00 
16.00 


30.00 
20.00 


42.00 
28.00 


72.00 

48.00 



BUSHING 



'^^^^^^^^ 



Fig. 6867D 



REDUCER 



MALE NIPPLE 



MALE AND FEMALE 
NIPPLE 






Fig. 6867E Fig. 6867F 

HOSE BUSHINGS AND REDUCERS 



Fig. 6867G 



Size, inches 


IxJ^ 


ixM 


iMxM 


iMxi 


i3^xM 


l?^xl 


1^x114 


2x«M 


2x1 


Price, per doz. 


5.50 


6.50 


8.00 


10.00 


11.50 


11.50 


12.00J 


13.00 


14.00 


Size, inches 


2x1^ 


2x13^ 


23^xM 


2^x1 


2^^x11^ 


23^x1 H 


23^x2 


3x2 


3x2K 


Price, per doz. 


16.00 


18.00 


20.00 


22.00 


23.00 


24.00 


26.00 


30.00 


36.00 





MALE OR 


MALE 


AND 


FEMALE 


HOSE 


NIPPLES 




Size... 


inches 


¥2 


M 


1 


1^ 


W2 


2 


W2 


3 


W2 1 4 


Price . . 


. . per dozen 


3.50 


3.50 


5.00 


9.00 


10.00 


14.00 


28.00 


40.00 50.00 175.00 



In ordering any of the above goods, specify whether hose or iron pipe thread is 
required. 



^^ 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



163 



SHERMAN HOSE CLAMPS 



REGULAR 
HOSE CLAMP 



DOUBLE BOLT 
SUCTION CLAMP 



SHEET STEEL 
SUCTION CLAMP 





Fig. 8914A 




Fig. 8914B 



Fig. 8914C 



The many brands of hose, with their walls varying in thickness, and the different 
phes, render it necessary to select the proper size of clamp. For examplerA M S 
3-ply clamp will not draw up enough on a ^-mch 2-ply rubber hose, or on alotton 
hose. It costs no more to buy an assortment rather than a quantity of the size most 

LAWN AND WATER HOSE CLAMPS 



Size, Hose, .inches 


M 


H 


H 


y2 


V2 


H 


% 


Va 


H 


1 


Hose ply 

Price . . . per dozen 


3 

.60 


2 
.60 J 


3 

.60 


2 

.60 


3 

.60 


4 

.60 


2 
.60 


3 

.60 


4 

.60 


2 

2.00 


Size, Hose, .inches 


1 


1 


iM 


IM 


W2 


m 


2 


214- 


2Ji 


~3~~ 


Hose - . ply 

Price . . . per dozen 


3 

2.00 


4 
2.00 


3 

2.50 


4 
2.50 


3 

3.00 


4 

3.00 


3-4 

4.00 


3-4 

6.50 


3-4 

7.00 


3-4 

10.00 



STEAM HOSE 

Size innVicit; 


CLA^ 

3/ 


IPS 










Hose ply 

Inside Diameter, Clamp Open inches 

^^^^^ per dozen 

Size iT^rtVirtiri 


7i 
3 

2.00 

T 1 / 


4 

2.00 
It/ 


1 
3 

m 

2.50 


1 
4 

m 

2.50 


3 

m 
3.00 


4 

m 

3.00 


-tiose ply 

Inside Diameter, Clamp Open inches 

Price per dozen 


3-4 

2^ 


IK 

5 

2M 

4.00 


2 
3-4 
2% 
5.50 


2 

5 
2J^ 
6.50 


3-4 

3M 
8.50 


2j/2 

5 

9.50 



DOUBLE BOLT CLAMPS 

Made from extra heavy gauge sheet brass, in two pieces, with extra long tongues. 
Bolts have hexagon heads to use with ordinary wrench. 



*Size inches 



Price. . . per dozen 



11.25 



*Size inches 



Price. . . per dozen 



13.75 



7M 



34.00 



4J€ 



15.25 



W2 



36.00 



4K 



16.75 



38.00 



4M 



18.25 



40.00 



19.75 



8M 



42.00 



5^ 



5K 5^ 
21.25 22.75 



8H 



44.00 



♦Measurement of inside diameter. 



24.25 



46.00 



48.00 



6 



6^ 



26.00 



28.00 



9K 



50.00 



W2 



52.00 



63^ 



30.00 



9M 



54.00 



6M 



32.00 



10 



56.00 



SHEET STEEL SUCTION CLAMPS 

.11 ^^^Jf^^^^d- Made in one size only, for 2-inch Agricultural Suction Hose, adjust- 
able to ht hose with straight or enlarged ends. Prices on application. 



164 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



FIRE DEPARTMENT SUPPLIES 

HOSE PIPES 



WITH SCREW TIP 



WITH STOPCOCK 




Fig. 8227A 




Fig. 8227B 





WITH SCREW TIP 










Size inches 


% 


^ 


H 


1 


1 


IM 


IH 


IH 


1^2 


Length inches 

Discharge " 

Price, Hose Thread . per dozen 
" Pipe " 


6 

7.0^ 
8.00 


.9.20 


12 

10.00 
11.20 


sy2 

10.00 
11.20 


12 J^ 

12.00 
13.20 


12 

H 

20.00 
21.20 


15 

24.00 
25.00 


12 

H 

24.00 
25.00 


13 

Vs 
25.00 
27.50 


Size inches 


Wi 


1^ 


2 


2 


2 


2y2 


2K 


2K2 


2J2 


Length inches 

Discharge " 

Price, Hose Thread . per dozen 
« Pipe 


15 

30.00 
32.50 


19 

40.00 
42.50 


12 

Vs 
38.00 
41.00 


15 

45.00 
48.00 


20 

50.00 
53.00 


15 

75.00 
78.50 


20 

1 

96.00 

99,50 


24 30 

1 1 

100.00144.00 

103.50150.00 



WITH STOPCOCK 



Size inches 

Length inches 

Discharge " 

Price, Hose Thread . per dozen 
" Pipe " 

Size inches 

Length inches 

Discharge " 

Price, Hose Thread . per dozen 
« Pipe " " 



6 

H 

11,00 
12.20 



% 



8 

H 

13.00 
14.20 



12 20 

80.00 110.00 

83.00 !113. 00 



12 

H 

18.00 
19.20 



25 



8 

H 

15.00 
18.00 



23^ 



12 



15 

Vs 
155.00 
133.00il53.00|163.00 



Vs 
130.00145.00 



12 

20.00 
23.00 



2H 



IJ^ 



IM 



12 15 

Vs 

40.00' 50.00 
43.00 59.00 



2H 



20 

1 
160.00 



2U 



24 

1 

175.00 



170. 001185. 00 



IVz 



12 

55.00 
60.00 



2H 



30 



1^ 



^2 



15 

Vs 
65.00 
74.00 



2k 



36 



195.00 215.00 
205.00 225.00 



STANDPIPE SIAMESE 



No. 26 



No. 31 



-r 


1 


i-r 


" 


1 






■la^ 


i 


"TT^ 


W\ 




T r 


m 


1 


- '1 #r7%.i . 


i > 


% 


\%r 


-L... 


_<i4 


i^-ii 








t.^- 




Fig. 8227C ^S' 8227D 

No. 26 has a valve so that one or both streams can be used. Made with 23 2 or 
3-inch inlets and 23^, 3, 33^ and 4-inch outlet at the top. Also made with 23 finch inlet 
and 5-inch outlet at the top. Prices on application. 

No. 31 is designed for what is called the wet system for fire protection ni a buildmg 
where the water remains continually in the standpipe, and is provided with two valves 
which act independently of each other. May be used either with wet or dry system. 
Made in all popular sizes. Prices on application. 

For other forms of standpipe Siamese, see following page. 



Jli..i 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



165 



FIRE DEPARTMENT SUPPLIES 

STANDPIPE SIAMESE 



No. 33 



No. 228 



No. 29 




Fiff. 8174A 



Fig. 8174B 



Fig. 8174C 



No. 29 is a' short straight Siamese with one clapper, as shown. It is intended to be 
used in connection with inside standpipe or automatic systems, where the standpipe 
emerges at right angles to the wall. Made in all popular sizes, either rough brass or 
finished, as ordered. Prices on apphcation. 

No. 228 is a 90-degrce Siamese Connection, made to economize space, and is popular 
in Denver. Chicago and New York. This style has one valve only and is used largely 
on pipes projecting through the sidewalk. Patterns at factory for various sizes of 
inlets and outlets. Prices on application. 

No. 33 Morse Cap shown on the Siamese, is the best device yet invented for the 
protection of the inlets of Siamese Connections when used on a fire escape. It will fit 
over the swivels of any Siamese. Also made in special form for Fehy Connections, if 
desired. Prices on application. 

No. 232 NO. 232 

As shown, No. 232 is a combination Siamese and sill cock, used 
where the inlet pipe is run through the side of the building. 

This can be furnished with either single or double clapper 
closing valves. 

It is made with a 4-inch outlet and with either 2}4 or 3-inch 
inlets. 

A supplementary plate fitting directly over the escutcheon. 
Fig. 8174D reading "Standpipe Connection" or "Sprinkler Connection," can be 

furnished when demanded by the underwriters. Prices on apphcation. 

ESCUTCHEONS FOR SIAMESE CONNECTIONS 

We can furnish cast iron plates, or if needed, cast brass plates lettered "Steamer 
Connections," which are fastened to the wall where the Siamese Connections are used. 
These are provided with different sizes of holes corresponding to the size of the iron 
pipe used at the upper end of the Siamese, Prices and full information on application. 







Ill 



166 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



FIRE DEPARTMENT SUPPLIES 



MALE 



HOSE VALVES 

NEW YORK PATTERN 

FEMALE 




Fig. 6567A 




CHICAGO 
PATTERN 




Fig. 6567B 



Fig. 6567 C 



NEW YORK PATTERN 

Made of best steam metal, has a full waterway, a renewable soft rubber disc of 
ample weight and is of attractive design. 



Size inches 


1¥ 


IV. 


2 


234 


Price, Rough Body, Fin. Trimmings, Iron Handle each 


4.00 


5.00 


7.00 


9.00 


a ^ jy a 


4.50 


5.50 


7.50 


9.50 


" Finished Brass, Finished Brass Handwheel " 


5.50 


6.50 


8.50 


10.50 


« a a a u a N P " 


6.00 


7.00 


9.00 


11.00 



CHICAGO PATTERN HOSE VALVES 



11 



. inches 



Price - 

" Rough Body, Plated All Over, 



.each 



3.15 
3.65 



W2. 

4.75 
5.50 



3.70 
4.30 

Also made with a soft rubber disc, at a slight^additional cost. 



CALIFORNIA IRON HOSE VALVES 



2 _ 
7.00 
8.00 



_23^^ 
8.50 
9.75 




Fig. 6567D 



Size inches 


¥2 


M 


1 


3M 


Price, Angle or Straight Opening. . each 


1.65 


1.65 '2.20 3.40 


Size inches 


m 


2 


2>i 




Price, Angle or Straight Opening . each 


4.75 


7.00 


12.00 





CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



167 



LAWN SPRINKLERS 



"PLUVIUS" 



"PRESTON" 



"BUSY" 





Fig. 8194A 



Fig. 8194B 



Fig. 8194C 



The "Pluvius" is ball bearing, revt)lvmg with the sUghtest pressure, and covers a 
large or small circle, according to the water pressure. It has a movable brass swivel at 
the base for making connection with the hose. 

The "Preston" is a reHable, sktisfactory sprinkler, becoming very popular. 

The "Busy" low base sprinkler which, under 35 pounds pressure, will cover a circle 
30 feet in diameter, is a cheap sprinkler, quite efficient and popular. 



Price, "Pluvius," Height, 11 inches, Three Brass Arms per dozen 

" "Preston/' " 8 " « " " 

" "Busy," " 51-2 " Galvanized Top, Enameled Iron Base " 



17.00 

17.00 

9.60 



RING 




Fig. 8194D 



Fig. 8194E 



Fig. 8194F 



Fig. 8194G 



The "Evanston" Sprinkler is built on the well-known principle of the tangential 
spray. Has no revolving parts to wear out. 

"Little Wonder" Sprinklers have w^on a name for themselves in a remarkably short 
time. One of the most popular sprinklers on the market. 

C. B. G. (cheap but good) is a low priced sprinkler, made on the general order of the 
"Evanston," but somewhat smaller and with a less expensive finish. 

The Ring Sprinkler is the best of its class. The perforations in the top are arranged 
to distribute w^ater in the most thorough and effective manner. 



Price, "Evanston," Height, 2}4 inches, Japanned per dozen 

" "Little Wonder," Height, 2 inches, Japanned — " 

" C. B. G., Height, 1]4 inches, Japanned ** 

" Ring, Stamped Sheet Brass, 8 inches in Diameter " 



4.80 
2.40 
3.20 
8.50 



168 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO, 



BOWES' HOSE RACKS 



m^ STYLE E 




STYLE F 




STYLE G 




Fig. 3679A Fig. 3679B Fig. 3679C 

The style shown above of Bowes' hose racks have a shield on each side to hide the 
pins and supporting arms. They represent a most practical and reliable pin rack, their 
distinctive advantage being that the pins or supporting rings do not fall to the Hoor 
when the hose is pulled from the rack as in the case of similar racks. 







Kind of 


Capacity 


Size Hose 


Price 


Each 


No. 


Style 




TTnlinpri T.iriAn TTrseA 










Material 


Feet 


Inches 


Finished 


Nickel Plated 


31 


E 


Iron 


50 


i>i 


5.00 


7.00 


32 


(( 


" 


50 


2 


5.00 


7.00 


33 


(( 


(( 


50 


2J^ 


d'.OO 


7.00 


34 


" 


" 


100 


IH 


6.00 


8.00 


35 


" 


(( 


100 


2 


6.00 


8.00 


36 


" 


i( 


100 


2M 


6.00 


8.00 


131 


u 


Brass 


50 


VA 


10.00 


11.00 


132 


u 


it 


50 


2 


10.00 


11.00 


133 


" 


it 


50 


2\i 


10.00 


11.00 


134 


u 


a 


100 


V/2 


12.00 


13.00 


135 


" 


n 


100 


2 


12.00 


13.00 


136 


" 


n 


100 


W2 


12.00 


13.00 


41 


F 


Iron 


50 


W2 


5.00 


7.00 


42 


1( 


*' 


50 


2 


5.00 


7.00 


43 


u 


(( 


50 


. 2J^ 


5.00 


7.00 


44 


a 


" 


100 


1^ 


6.00 


8.00 


45 


u 


(( 


100 


2 


6.00 


8.00 


46 


" 


(( 


100 


2J^ 


6.00 


8.00 


141 


a 


Brass 


50 


1^ 


10.00 . 


11.00 


142 


a 


(( 


50 


2 


10.00 


11.00 


143 


" 


(( 


50 


2K 


10.00 


11.00 


144 


u 


(( 


100 


IJi 


12.00 


13.00 


145 


it 


a 


100 


2 


12.00 


13.00 


146 


" 


a 


100 


2J^ 


12.00 


13.00 


51 


G 


Iron 


50 


W2 


5.00 


7.00 


52 


*' 


it 


50 


2 


5.00 


' 7.00 


53 


" 


a 


50 


2J^ 


5.00 


7.00 


54 


u 


a 


100 


Wi 


6.00 


8.00 


55 


<t 


(( 


100 


2 


6.00 


8.00 


56 


<( 


(( 


100 


2J^ 


6.00 


8.00 


151 


(( 


Brass 


50 


m 


10.00 


, 11.00 


152 


(( 


" 


50 


2 


10.00 


11.00 


153 


" 


it 


50 


2K 


10.00 


11.00 


154 


u 


a 


100 


W2 


12.00 


13.00 


155 


(i 


" 


100 


2 


12.00 


13.00 


156 


" 


(( 


100 


2H 


12.00 


13.00 



In ordering state size of pipe to which rack is to be attached. 
packed in individual wooden boxes. 



All Bowes' racks are 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



169 



SWINGING HOSE RACKS 




HARTFORD 



Fig, 6805A 




The Dewey Rack is especially recommended for warehouses and manufacturing 
plants. The hose is folded flat and as the rack is usually suspended about six feet from 
the floor the irose is protected from damage and yet is instantly available in case of 
emergency. It is approved by the Associated Factory Mutual Insurance Companies. 

The Hartford Rack is similar to the Dewey Rack, but it is made with an arched 
bedplate. The advantage of this is that the hose lies better on a rack with an arched 
bottom, as the arch supports the weight of the hose and relieves the folded ends of any 
pressure. The top of the hose so folded will be level and not concave. 

The underwriters approve a hose rack with an arched bedplate, and the Hartford 
Rack is largely specified by architects and owners on account of the advantages 
above mentioned. 



Dewev 


Hartford 


Size Hose 


Capacity 




Price 


Racks 


Racks 


Inches 


Feet 


Kind of Hose 


Each 


Number 


Number 










7 


17 


lor IM 


50 


Unlined Linen 


5.00 


8 


18 • 


1^2 


50 


(( a 


5.00 


9 


19 


2 


50 


a ii 


5.00 


10 


20 


2^ 


50 


a a 


5.00 


7A 


17A 


lorlM 


75 


u « 


5.50 


8A 


18A 


13^ 


75 


(( (( 


5.50 


9A 


19A 


2 


75 


a a 


5.50 


lOA 


20A 


W2 


75 


(( (( 


5.50 


lOB 


21A 


lor 11^ 


100 


u tl 


6.00 


11 


21 


13^ or 2 


100 


<( (t 


6.00 


12 


22 


W2 


100 


« a 


6.00 


13 


23 


1}4 or 2 


150 


u tt 


7.00 


14 


24 


V2 


150 


i( « 


7.00 


13 


23 


1}4 or 2 


50 


Rubber Lined Cotton Mill 


7.00 


14 


24 


m 


50 


(( a a u 


7.00 


15 


25 


11^ or 2 


100 


(( u a a 


7.50 


16 


26 


m 


100 


u (1 u a 


8.00 



Both the Dewey and the Hartford Racks are packed "knocked down" in individual 
wooden boxes for convenience. Stock hnlsh is red enamel, baked on. Nos. 15, 16, 25 
and 26 will carry heavy rubber lined cotton hose in 50-foot lengths. 

Both the Dewey and the Hartford Racks are furnished with pipe clamps or wall 
brackets. In ordering, state which attachment is desired and, if pipe clamps, give the 
^ize of the standpipe. 



170 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



SECTIONAL PIPE COVERINGS 

ASBESTOS MAGNESIA ASBESTOS MAGIMESIA MOLDED 

For medium and low pressure steam pi]>os. Sections 3 feet 
long, 1 inch thick with a heavy canvas jacket and lacquered 
metal bands. Fittings, ells, tees, etc., 
to match this covering are carried in 
stock in all sizes from J^ to 10 inches. 

85 PER GEINT MAGNESIA 

For high pressure steam pipes. 

m 4046 A Composed of 85 per ceint pure carbo- 

ng. 494bA j^g^^g magnesia combined with asbestos 

fibre. Sections 3 feet long, 1 inch thick, with a canvas 
and lacquered metal bands. 

ASBESTOS AIR CELL 

Sections 3 feet long, M, % and 1 inch thick, with a heavy ^^^* ^^^^^ 

canvas jacket and lacquered metal bands. Special thicknesses 
can be made to order. 




ASBESTOS AIR CELL 



h asbestos lV,«SW/4H 
i^as jacket ^JMi^;?J*W 




ALASKA FROST-PEOOF 




WOOL FELT 



ALASKA FROST-PROOF 

It has a total thickness of 1 inch, com])osed as follows: 
}/2 inch of genuine hair felt on the inside and H inch of soft 
corrugated wool felt on the outside. 
Finished with a heavy canvas jacket 
and lacquered metal bands. Sections 
3 feet long. 

WOOL FELT 

Diamond "A," for low pressure 
steam and hot water pipes. Composed of a soft, corrugated 
wool felt, with an interlining dT two layers of asbestos felt and 
with a heavy canvas jacket and lacquered metal bands. 

Diamond "B," for low pressure steam and hot water pipes. 
Similar to Diamond '*A/' except that 
it is but % inch thick and has a 
single layer of asbestos felt on the inside. 

Diamond "C," for hot water pipes. Same as Diamond 
"B," except that it is_ only J^ inch thick. All sections 3 feet 
long. Furnished at a slight extra cost with an oilcloth jacket 
for use outdoors and in damp places. 

FROST PROTECTIVE 

This is the most effective low priced covering for the pre- 
Fl 4q4fiF vention of freezing in gas and water pipes. Made of soft? 

jrig. 4946E corrugated wool felt, 1 inch thick, with a heavy canvas jacket 

and lacquered metal bands. 



Fig. 4946C 



FROST PROTECTIVE 




Fig. 4946D 




Inside Diameter of Pipe . . . 


. . inches 


¥2 


M 


1 


1^ 


W2 


2 


W2 


3 


W2 


) 


Price, Covering 

" Elbow Covers 

« Tee " 


per foot 
each 


.22 
.30 
.36 
.48 
.54 
.50 


.24 
.30 
.36 
.48 
.54 
.50 


.27 

.30 
.36 
.48 
.54 
.50 


,30 
.30 
.36 
.48 
.54 
.50 


.33 
.30 
.36 
.48 
.54 
.50 


.36 
.36 
.42 
.54 
.60 
.60 


.40- 
.42 

.48 
.60 
.78 
.70, 


" .45 

.48 
.54 
.70 
.96 

.80 


-5( 
.5^ 
.6{ 


« Cross " " 


80 


" Globe Valve Covers 
" Flange Covers 


a 


1.20 

.90 


Inside Diameter of Pipe. . . 


. . inches 


4 


4^ 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


12 


Price, Covering 

" Elbow Covers 

« Tee " 


per foot 
each 


.60 
.60 
.75 
.95 
1.50 
1.00 


.65 

.72 

.90 

1.10 

1.85 

1.30 


.70 
.90 
1.20 
1.50 
2.25 
1.60 


.80 
1.30 
1.60 
2.00 
2.80 
1.90 


1.00 
1.80 
2.20 
2.80 
3.60 
2.20 


1.10 
2.40 
3.00 


1.20 
3.00 
.■^.80 


1.30 
3.60 
4.60 
5.20 
6.20 
3.30 


1.8E 


) 


" Cross " " 


3.60 4.40 
4.40 5.30 
2.50 2.90 




" Globe Valve Covers 
" Flange Covers 


a 
a 





















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CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



171 



ASBESTOS CEMENT, ETC 

ASBESTOS MINERAL WOOL 
CEMENT 





HAIR FELT 



Fig. 7618A 



BJi.S i>; 



Fig. 7618B 



ASBESTOS BLOCK COVERING 

4X18 INCHES 



Fig. 7618D 
MAGNESIA BLOCK COVERING 



Fig. 7618C 

ASBESTOS CEMENT 



Fig. 7618E 



Price, Asbestos Cement, in 100-pound Bags per bag 

" 85° Magnesia, in 60-poimd Bags — " 



MINERAL WOOL 



Price, in Sacks of about 60 pounds per pound 

" Sacks (extra) 



In bulk, prices on application. Weighs about 12 pounds per cubic foot. 
HAIR FELT-In Rolls ofSOO Square Feet; Width, 6 Feet 


Thickness .inches 


M 


% 


V2 


% 


1 


Wx 


m 


2 


Price per square foot 














— 





BLOCK COVER! NGS-Standard Width, 4 x 18 Inches 



Thickness inches 3^2 


% 


% 


1 


1^ 


m 


1^ 


W2 


Wh 


IM 


IK 


2 


Price. . . per square foot .27 


.27 


.30 


.30 


.34 


.38 


.42 


.45 


.49 


.53 


.57 


.60 


Thickness inches 


^H |2K 


m 


W2 


2^ 


m 


Ws 


3 


3M 


m 


m 


4^ 


Price. . . per square foot 


.64 1 .m 


.72 


.75 


.79 


.83 


.87 


.90 


.98 


1.05 


1.13 


1.20 



HARD RED FIBRE SHEETS 




HARD FIBRE 
RED, GREEN OR BLACK 



Fig. 7618F 



ROLLED TUBING 



Fig. 7618G 
SHEETS 



ROUND ROD 



Fig. 7618H 



Price, ^ and ^ inch thick, in Full Sheets per pound 



/\%j 32) ysj 

H and 1^ 



" Halves. 



TUBING AND RODS 



Price per pound ! 




ASBESTOS 1 


VIILLBOARD- 


-Sheets 40 x 40 Inches 




Thickness . . .inches 


^ 


A 


>i6 


H 


Vs 


^ 


H 


Vs 


y2 


Weight *pounds 

Price per pound 


2 


3 


4 


6 


8 


12 


14 


23 


27 



Fig. 7618J 



*Per sheet. 

ASBESTOS PAPER— In Flexible Rolls, 36 Inches Wide 
Price, -^, ijfi, ^ and 3^ inch thick per pound \.. 



172 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



m 



DIXON'S FLAKE GRAPHITE 



TRADEMARK 

DIXON'S 

„„TIC0NDEROG A AMERICAN 

I! FLAKE 
GRAPHITE 

PERFECT LUBRIC ANT I 

|Lp^gjgPPlpliilli||illll« 

Fig. 7293A 



GRAPHITE, ETC- 



DIXON'S 
GRAPHITE COMPOUND 



SMOOTH-ON CEMENT 





Fig. 7293B 



Fig. 72930 



DIXON^S TICONDEROGA FLAKE LUBRICATING GRAPHITE 



Description 


Per Case 


Per Package 


Price, i^-p 
1 


oun 


d Paper Cans, 36 in Case , 

" 36 " *' 


6.75 
10.00 
13.50 

13.00 


.25 
.35 


5 

" 10 


Tin Cans, Screw-Top, 10 in Case 

5 " " 


1.50 
2.75 


" 25 
" 50 


Paper Bags, Enclosed in Case 

a u a a a 


5.50 
10 25 


" 100 


Kegs 


19 50 


" 200 




37 00 


" 400 


Barrels 


70.00 



DIXON'S GRAPHITE WIRE ROPE, CABLE AND CHAIN GREASE 



Price, 5-lb. Packages, 10 in i 
" 10 " '^ 6 " 

" 25 " 



e.each 



.90 
1.50 
3.50 



Price, 50-lb. Packages each 

100 " " " 

" Barrels of about 400 lbs. per lb. 



6.50 

12.00 
.10 





DIXON'S GRAPHITE PIPE JOINT COMPOUND 






Packages 


Cans Kegs 


Barrels 










Weight .... 
Price 


pounds 

per pound 


1 

.20 


5 

.18 


10 
.]5 


25 
.14 


50 

.131^ 


100 
.13 


600 

.121.^ 



SMOOTH-ON CEMENTS 

Nos. 1 and 2, blue label, engineers' powdered cements. No. 3, gray label, engineers' 
paste cement. No. 4, yellow label, foundry cement. No. 5, red label, plumbers' cement. 
No. 6, white label, bridge and ship work. - 



Price, Smooth-On Iron Cement, Nos. 1 and 2, in 1, 5, 10 and 25-lb. Tins, .per lb. 

" " " Elastic Cement, No. 3, in 1, 5 and 10-lb. Tins " 

" Castings, No. 4, Grades A and B, in 1,5, 10 and 25-ib. Tins i-' 

" Joints, No. 5, in 1, 5, 10 and 25-lb. Tins " 

" Rivet Iron Cement, No. 6, in 10-lb. Cans " 



.50 
.50 
.50 
.50 
.50 



Discounts, quoted on all the above on any specified quantity. 

WHITE LEAD, GROUND IN OIL 






Price, Pure White Lead per pound | 

Put up in 123^, 25, 50 and 100-pound kegs, 1, 2 and 5-pound cans. 
RED LEAD 



Price, Dry Red Lead per pound 

" Ground in Oil 



Fig. 7293D 



Put up in 123^, 25, 50 and 100-pound kegs, 1, 2 and 5- pound cans. 



.111 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



173 



COMPRESSION AND GROUND KEY BIBBS 

COMPRESSION BIBBS 

PLAIN BIBB FOR IRON PIPE HOSE BIBB 




Fig. 6420A 




Fig. 6420B 







PXAIN BIBBS 












Size 


. inches 


Vb 


V2 


% 


% 


1 


IM 


13^ 


2 


PricCj Rough 

" Finishml 

« Nickel-plated.. 


. . per dozen 

a 
a 


16.80 
18.60 
22.20 


17.40 
19.80 
23.40 


22.80 
25.20 
28.80 


30.60 
33.00 
37.20 


54.00 
60.00 
66.00 


106.80 
114.00 
124.80 


139.20 
150.00 
165.00 


282.00 
300.00 
330.00 



HOSE BIBBS 



Size inches 



Price, Roua;h .... . per dozen 

« Finished " 

" Nickel-plated,... 



19.80 
21.60 
25.20 



20.40 

22.80 
26.40 



25.80 
28.20 
31.80 



33.60 
36.00 
40.20 



61.20 

67.20 
73.20 



m 



117.60 
124.80 
135.60 



IH 



154. 

165. 
180. 



20304.20 
20 
.20 



00322. 



00352. 



LEVER HANDLE GROUND KEY BIBBS 

PLAIN BIBB FOR IRON PIPE HOSE BIBB 





Fig. 6420C 



PLAIN BIBBS 



Fig. 6420D 



Size..... 


inches 


% 


V2 


% 


M 


1 


IM 


13^ 


2 


Price, Rough 

" Finished 

" Nickel-plated . 


. . per dozen 


20.40 
25.20 
30.00 


21.00 

25.80 
30.60 


29.40 
35.40 
41.40 


36.00 
45.00 
54.00 


52.80 
64.80 
76.80 


89.40 
107.40 
125.40 


149.40 
179.40 
209.40 


258.00 
300.00 
342.00 


HOSE BIBBS 


Size 


inches 


% 


¥2 


% 


M 


1 


1^ 


W2 


2 


Price, Rough 

" Finished 

"^ Nickel-plated . . 


. .per dozen 

a 
a 


23.40 
28.20 
33.00 


24.00 
28.80 
33.60 


32.40 
38.40 
44.40 


39.00 
48.00 
57.00 


60.00 
72.00 
84.00 


100.20 
118.20 
136.20 


164.40 
194.40 
224.40 


280.20 
322.20 
364.20 




Fig. 6420E 





BIBB WASHERS 






mk 


k Size 


, inches 


H.y2.%MA 


oi 


1 Price, Fiber 

i " Hard Rubber 


. . per hundred 


.50 
1.00 


^2^^ 


' " "Boss" 


u 


1.00 




" Jenkins 


a 


2.00 



1T4 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



STOP AND STOP AND WASTE COCKS 

FLAT WAY, FOR IRON PIPE 



'T*' HANDLE 



STOP 



STOP AND WASTE 





Fig. 5031A Fig. 5031B 
STOPS 

Size inches .% J^ ^ 

Price, Rough per dozen 20.40 21.00 29.40 

Size inches 1 13^ IJ^ 

Price, Rough per dozen 52.80 89.40 149,40 

STOP AND WASTES 

Size inches % ]4 ' % 

Price, Rough per dozen 21.00 21.60 30.00 

Size inches 1 IJ^ IJ^ 

Price, Rough per dozen 54. 00 91 . 20 152 . 40 

LEVER HANDLE 

STOP STOP AND WASTE 





Fig. 5031C 

STOPS 

Size inches , J^ 

Price, Rough per dozen - 20 . 40 

« Finished " 25.20 

« Nickel plated « 30.00 

Size inches 1 

Price, Rough per dozen 52 . 80 

« Finished " 64.80 

" Nickel-plated " 76.80 

STOP AND WASTES 

Size. inches y^ 

Price, Rough per dozen 21 . 00 

" Finished " 25.80 

" Nickel-plated " 30.60 

Size inches 1 

Price, Rough per dozen 54 . 00 

« Finished " 66.00 

" Nickel-plated " 78.00 



H 

36.00 
2 

258.00 



36.60 

2 

264.00 



Fig. 5031D 






21.00 


29.40 


36.00 


25.80 


35.40 


45.00 


30.60 


41.40 


54.00 


89.40 


1^ 
149.40 


2 
258.00 


107.40 


179.40 


300.00 


125.40 


209.40 


342.00 


¥2 

21.60 


% 
30.00 


36.60 


26.40 


36.00 


45.60 


31.20 


42.00 


54.60 


91.20 


W2 

152.40 


2 
264.00 


109.20 


182.40 


306.00 


127.20 


212.40 


348 00 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



175 



WELL POINTS 

BRASS JACKET, DRIVE WELL 




Fig. 14:49A 
Brass jacket points are made of standard wrought iron pipe. They are punched 
with elliptical shaped holes of uniform size, equal distances apart, and contain the 
largest number of holes permissible, while retaining the strength requisite for driving. 
The driving plug is a malleable casting, swaged into the pipe and riveted. These points 
are cove red with brass w ire clo th, which is protected by a heavy perforated jacket. 



Trade 

No. 



Inside 

Diameter 

Inches 



Length 
of Point 
Inches 



Length 

of Jacket 

Inches 



Price, per Dozen 



No. 60 Gauze 



No. 80 Gauze 



IfO 


IM 


24- 


18 


36.00 


52.00 


94 


IM 


BO 


24 


46.00 


64.00 


98 


IM 


86 


30 


56.00 


76.00 


100 _ 


IM 


42 


36 


66.00 


88.00 


102 ^ 


IM 


48 


42 


76.00 


100.00 


104 


IM 


54 


48 


86.00 


112.00 


110 


IM 


60 


54 


96.00 


124.00 


112 


4 


m 


60 


106.00 


136.00 


114 


IM 


T2 


66 


116.00 


148.00 


140 


m 


30 


24 


60.00 


80.00 


144 


1^ 


36 


30 


72.00 


95.00 


146 


iM 


42 


36 


84.00 


110.00 


148 


1^ 


48 


42 


96.00 


125.00 


150 


Wi 


54 


48 


108.00 


140.00 


152 


m 


60 


54 


120.00 


155.00 


1G4 


2 


30 


24 


90.00 


112.00 


168 


2 


36 


30 


105,00 


130.00 


170 


2 


42 


36 


120.00 


148.00 


172 


2 


48 


42 


135.00 


166.00 


174 


2 


54 


48 


150.00 


184.00 


178 


.2 


66 


60 


180.00 


220.00 


180 


2 


72 


66 


195.00 


238.00 



WASHER 




Fig. 1449B 
These points are made of wrought galvanized pipe, holes bored and countersunk. 
Each hole is covered with brass wire gauze, held in place by a brass washer and riveted. 



Trade 


Inside 

Diameter 

Inches 


Length 
of Point 
Inches 


Number 
of Holes 


Price, per Dozen 


No. 


No. 60 Gauze 


No. 80 Gauze 


301 
302 
303 
304 
305 
322 
323 
325 


1^ 

IM 
IM 
IM 

2 


24 
30 
36 
42 
48 
36 
42 
36 


60 
80 
100 
120 
140 
130 
150 
170 


36.00 
46.00 
56.00 
66.00 
76.00 
72.00 
84.00 
105.00 


52.00 

64.00 

76.00 

88.00 

100.00 

95.00 

110,00 

130.00 



Prices on other points and pump supplies on application 



I 



i 



176 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



II 



ROD COUPLINGS, ETC. 

IRON ROD COUPLINGS 



HEXAGON 



BEADED 




Fig. 8670A 




8670B 



Hexagon made in malleable iron and brass. Beaded made in nuiileable iron. 
We are able, with improved machinery, to tap these coupUngs straiii;ht through thin 
securmg absolutely straight couphngs. 



Size of Hods inches 



Threads per inch 

Price, Plain Malleable. . 

" Galv. 

" Brass 



, . per pound 



Vs 


Vs 


Vs^Ji 


'A 


JlJxK 


V?, 


Vh I 


tl4 


no 


14x12 


12 


12 


12 


11 


.16 


.16 


.16 


.16 


.16 


.16 


.16 


.20 


.20 


.20 


.20 


.20 


.20 


.20 


.50 


.50 


.50 


.50 


.50 


.50 


.50 



^ 



10 
.16 

.20 
.50 



t Regular. *Special. 
3i-inch made in beaded pattern only. 

REDUCER COUPLINGS 

For Vs and ^i-incli Pipe and Steel Pump Rods 
^ We can furnish couplings for % and Ji^-inch rods to suit either ^ or J-^-inch iron 
pipe, male or female. Price, plain malleable iron, 25 cents; galvanized malleable iron, 
30 cents per pound. 

WOOD ROD COUPLINGS 




Fig, 8670C 



These couplings are made with a socket for the ends of the rod to be tlriven into to 
avoid splitting. 



Price, 5-inch, Light, Ribbed, for 1 and li^-inch Rods, Plain, Two-Hole. . per 100 
; 5 " " « " 1 " 11.^ « « Galv. " ^' 

" 6 " Heavy, Plain " 1 " ly^ « « Plain " ' 
" 6 " " " " 1 " 11^ " " Galv. " '' 

;; I " " " " IM " IH " " Plain, Three-Hole. 

" 7 " " " IM " IH " " Galv/ " 





MALLEABLE IRON DRIVING CAPS 

For receiving blows from wood mauls or iron sledges. Are 
extra heavy and especially designed for driving points. 



Fig. 8670D 



Size 


inches 


IH 


ly. 


2 


23^ ! 3 


Price 


each 


.75 


.90 


1.50 


2.50 3.00 



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177 



No. 433, MALLEABLE 
IRON 



DRIVE SHOES, ETC. 

DRIVE SHOES 

No. 419, CAST STEEL 




No. 421, FORGED STEEL 




Fig. 5242A 

Size, Pipe inches 

No. 433, Malleable Iron each 

" 419, Cast Steel, Rough " 

" 419, « " Finished " 

" 421, Forged Steel " 

Size, Pipe inches 

No. 419, Cast Steel, Hough each 

« 419, " " Finished..., " 
" 421, Forged Steel « 




fig. 5242 B 




Fig. 5242C 




2 2>2 


3 3K 4 


4J^ 5 


5^ 


.50 .70 


.90 1.20 1.50 






.80 1.10 


1.50 2.50 2.75 


3.75 4.25 


6.50 


1.00 1.30 


2.00 3.50 4.00 


6.00 7.00 


9.00 


1.50 2.50 


3.50 5.00 6.00 


8.00 10.00 




6 7 


8 10 12 


14 15 


16 


6.50 .... 


8.00 12.50 25.00 






9.00 .... 


12.00 18.00 35.00 








12.00 15.00 18.00 36.00 48.00 70.00 90.00 110.00 



WITH SET SCREW 



SUCTION PIPE STRAINERS 

WITH MALE THREAD 



WITH FEMALE THREAD 




Fig. 5242D Fig. 5242E 

^^^^ inches 

Price, with Set Screw, or Threaded, Galv., with Brass Gauze, each 

" " " " " « without Brass Gauze « 

" « " « « « Plain " " " « 



GLOBE STRAINERS 

Size inches 

Price, Plain each 

" Galvanized '-' 

" Brass « 






Fig. 


5242F 


K 


1 


iM iy2 2 


28 


.28 


.32 .36 -50 


22 


.22 


.24 .26 .40 


18 


.18 


.20 .24 .36 

HOSE 
CLEVIS 



IM 


W2 


.50 


.65 


.60 


.75 


2.75 


2.75 



Fig. 5242G 
Price, Malleable, s.^ or 1-inch. 



HOSE CLEVISES 




178 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



GAS FIXTURE FITTINGS 

STANDARD STAPLE BRACKETS 

ONE-SWING BRACKET 
STIFF BRACKET 





^ Fig. 6242A ^"^^ Fig. 6242B 

Price, Stiff Brackets, 6 inches each .35 

" One-Swing Br ackets " 50 

TWO-SWING BRACKET THREE-SWING BRACKET ^L 

Fig . 62420 - ^ ^^g- ^^^^P ^ 

Price, Two-Swing Brackets each .80 

" Three " '' " lt>5 

FITTINGS 

ELL BRACKET UNIVERSAL BRACKET 

BURNER COCK SWING COCK SWING COCK 



r>„^ g^ 







Fig. 6242E 


Fig. 6242F 
ELL BURNER COCKS 


Fig. 6242G 






Size 


inches 


H 


M 


% 1 M 


Pripp Standard 


per 


dozen 


4.25 


4.55 

7.15 


5.20 

7.80 


6.20 


" Extra Heavy . 




9.10 


BRACKET SWING COCKS 


Size 


inches 


%^ys 


Y^^% 


MxM 


P^xK 


3^xK 


^X^8 


Price, Standard 

" Extra Heavy . 


per dozen 


7.80 


7.80 


8.15 


8.15 
11.70 


8.45 
11.70 


9.10 
11.70 


UNIVERSAL BRACKET SWING COCKS 


Size 


inches 


V^^Vh 


Va^V^ 


Mx^ 


^xK 


^gxj^ 


3/^X^8 


Price, Standard 

" Extra Heavy. 


per dozen 


11.70 


11.70 


12.05 


12.05 
15.60 


12.35 
15.60 


13.00 
16.90 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



179 



GAS FIXTURE FITTINGS 



STOP 
COCK 



INDEPENDENT 
COCK 



PILLAR COCKS 
FEMALE MALE 




Fig. 580A 



Fig. 580B Fig. 580C 

STOP OR STRAIGHT COCKS 



Fig. 580D 



Size 


inches 


H^Vh 


Mx^ 


HxH 


HxVh 


Vh^U 


3/^x3/^ 


Hxy2 


Price, Standard . . , 

" Extra Heavy 


. per dozen 


3.90 


4.25 


4.55 

6.85 


4.55 


4.55 


4.90 

7.15 


6.00 

7.80 


INDEPENDENT COCKS 


Size 


inches 


H 


H 


H 


^ 


Price, Standard 


rjer 


dozen 


5.50 


6.00 


6.50 
9.10 


8 00 


" Extra Heavy 




11.50 




PILLAR COCKS 


Size 


inches 


Vh 


H 


H 


H 


Price, Female, Standard 

Extra Heavy 
" Male, Standard ...... 


per dozen 

a 


3.90 
4^90 


4.25 
6.20 
5.20 


4.55 
6.50 
5.55 


5.25 

7.15 
6.25 



TOP SWING COCK 



TWO-LIGHT PENDANT COCK 





HOSE COCK 




Fig. 580E 


Fig. 580F 
TOP SWING COCKS 


Fig. 580G 




Size 


inches 


HxV^ 


VhxH 


VrxVh 


I^rice, Standard 

" Extra Heavy 


per dozen 


5.20 
8.15 


5.55 

8.45 


6 20 
9 45 





TWO-LIGHT PENDANT COCKS 








Size 


inches 


Vs^H 


H^H 


H^H 


H^y, 


Vs^H 


Vs^H 


y2xH 


Price, Standard 

" Extra Heavy... 


per dozen 


8.45 


8.45 
13.35 


9.10 


9.10 
13.35 


9.10 
13.65 


10.20 
13.65 


10.60 
15.60 





HOSE COCKS 










Size 


inches 


Vs 


H 


Vs 


3^ H 


Price, Female, Standard 

Extra Heavy . . . 


per dozen 


4.25 
4^55 


4.55 
4^90 


4.90 

10.00 

5.20 


5.25 8.00 
12 00 


" Male, Standard 


u 


5.55 .... 



180 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO- 



GAS FIXTURE FITTINGS 






Fig. 10398A 



Fig. 10398B 
UNIVERSAL SWINGS 



Fig. 10398C 



Size 


inches 


Vs^VsH^VsVAxH 


^8X3^ 


Vs^H 


H^H 


Price, Standard 

" Extra Heavy 


per dozen 


7.80 


8.15 
12.35 


8.45 
12.35 


8.80 
13.00 


8.80 
13.00 


9.10 
14.00 


SIDE NOZZLES 


Size 


inches 


Vs 


H 


H 


H 


Price, Standard 

" Extra Heavy 


per dozen 

u 


1.00 

1.95 


1.65 
2.20 


2.30 
2.60 


3.50 


STRAIGHT NOZZLES 


Size 


inches 


Vs 


M 


Vs 1 V2 


Price, Standard 

" Extra Heavy 


per dozen 


1.00 

1.82 


1.65 
1.95 


1.95 
2.20 


3.00 






STAND FOR 
MONITOR HEATER 




Fig. 10398D 



Fig. 10398E Fig. 10398F 

BRAY BURNERS 



Fig. iaS98G 



Price. 




. . . per gross 


11.00 




BRASS PILLARS FOR LAVA TIPS 


- 




Price 




per gross 


2.00 


MONITOR HEATERS 


Number 


1 


2 


3 


4 


Price, Heaters 

« Stands 


per dozen 


3.00 
3.00 


4.50 
6.00^ 


6.00 

8.00 


24.00 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



181 



CAST IRON PIPE 

STANDARD PIPE 




Fig. 3692A 

STANDARD THICKNESS AND WEIGHTS OF CAST IRON PIPE 
BELL AND SPIGOT PIPE. TURNED AND BORED PIPE 



All lengths to lay 12 feet 


All weights are approximate: 


those per foot include allowance 


for bell. 


All pipe is tested by water pressure. Turned and bored pipe made to order only. 




Class A 


Class B 


Class G 


Class D 


Nominal 

Inside 

Ohinietei" 


Gas 


Standaed 


Medium Heavy 


ExTEA Heavy 


100- foot Head 


200-foot Head 


300-foot Head 


400-foot Head 


43 Pounds Pressure 


86 Pounds. Pressure 


130 Pounds Pressure 


173 Pounds Pressure 


Inches 


Thick- 


WeiL-ht 
per Foot 


Thick- 


Weight 


Thick- 


Weight 


Thick- 


Weight 




ness 


ness 


per Foot 


ness 


per Foot 


ness 


per Foot 




Inches 


Pounds 


Inches 


Pounds 


Inches 


Pounds 


Inches 


l^ounds 


4 


.42' 


20. 


.45 


21.7 


.48 


23,3 


.52 


25. 


6 


.44 


30.8 


.48 


33.3 


.51 


35.8 


.55 


38.3 


8 


.46 


42.9 


.51 


47.5 


.56 


52.1 


.60 


55.8 


10 


.50 


57.1 


.57 


63,8 


.62 


70.8 


.68 


76.7 


12 


.54 


72.5 


.62 


82.1 


.68 


91.7 


.75 


- 100. 


14 


.57 


89.6 


.66 


102.5 


.74 


116.7 


.82 


129.2 


16 


.60 


108.3 


.70 


125. 


.80 


143.8 


.89 


158.3 


18 


.64 


129.2 


.75 


150. 


.87 


175. 


.96 


191.7 


20 


.67 


150. 


.80 


175. 


,92 


208,3 * 


1.03 


229.2 


24 


.76 


204.2 


.89 


233.3 


1,04 


279,2 


1.16 


306.7 


30 


.88 


291.7 


1.03 


333.3 


1.20 


400. 


1.37 


450. 


36 


.99 


391.7 


1.15 


454.2 


1.36 


545,8 


1.58 


625. 


42 


LIO 


512.5 


1,28 


591.7 


1,54 


716,7 


1,78 


825. 


48 


1.26 


666.7 


1.42 


750. 


1,71 


908,3 


1.96 


1050. 


54 


1.35 


800. 


1.55 


933.3 


1,90 


1141,7 


2,23 


1341.7 


60 


1.39 


916.7 


1.67 


1104.2 


2. 


1341.7 


2.38 


1583.3 


72 


1.62 


1283,4 


1.95 


1545.8 


2,39 


1904.2 






84 


1.72 


1633.4 


2.22 


2104.2 












FLANGED WATER PIPE 




Fig. 3692B 



Flanged Cast Iron Pipe, sizes 3 to 48 Inches, same thickness as Standard Pipe. Thickness 
of flange equals approximately m times thickness of pipe, plus !b inch. Pipe made in 12-foot 
lengths and faced Vg inch short for gaskets. 

APPROXilVIATE WEIGHTS OF LEAD AND HEMP R EQUI R ED FOR JOINTS 



Pipe inches 


4 


6 


8 


10 


12 


14 


16 


18 


20 


Lead, 2 inches Thick pounds 

Hemp " 


7.5 
.21 


10.25 
.31 


13.25 
,44 


16 
.53 


19 
,61 


22 

.81 


30 
.94 


33.8 
1 


37 
1.25 


Pipe inclies 


24 


30 


36 


42 


48 


54 


60 


72 


84 


Lead, 2 inches Thiclc pounds 

Hemp 


44 
1,50 


54.25 
2,06 


64.75 
3 


75.25 
3.62 


85.5 
4.37 


97.6 
6.25 


108.30 
8.25 


128 
12.5 


147 
15 



Inquiries and orders should clearly indicate the approximate number of lengths or 
feet of pipe of each size and class required. Give the desired delivery point and time o! 
shipment, with any particulars as to sizes required first, the service intended, etc.; this 
will facilitate prompt attention and avoid delays. 



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i 



SPECIALS FOR CAST IRON PIPE 



QUARTER BEND 



CRO&S 




Fig. 14 A 



Tig. 14 B Fig. 14 C Fig. 14 D 

QUARTER BEIMDS, 90° 



Fig. 14 E 



Size inches 


4 


6 


8 


10 


12 


14 


16 


18 


20 


24 


30 


36 


Weight pounds 


82 


130 


200 


278 


366 


504 


750 


888 


1070 


1656 2836| 4820 







EIGHTH 


BENDS 


.45° 










Size 


inches 4 


6 


8 


10 


12 


14 


16 


18 20 


24 


30 1 36 


Weight 


pounds 66 


105 


150 


202 


265 


442 


558 


663 964 


1515| 2291| 4012 







SIXTEENTH BENDS, 22>^° 










Size 


inches 


4 


6 


8 


10 


12 


14 


16 


18 


20 24 


30 


36 


Weight 


pounds 


66 


105 


150 


202 


265 


382 


484 


574 


858 1372|2080 


4012 



TEES 



Size 


Weigbt 


Size 


Weight 


Size 


Weight 


Size 


Weight 


Inches 


Pounds 


Inches 


Pounds 


Inches 


Pounds 


Inches 


Pounds 


4x4x4 


128 


1 10x10x10 


395 


12xl2x 8 


474 


20x20x20 


1438 


6x6x6 


200 


lOxlOx 8 


371 


12xl2x 6 


458 


24x24x24 


2113 


6x6x4 


183 


lOxlOx 6 


352 


12xl2x 4 


445 


30x30x30 


3660 


8x8x8 


294 


lOxlOx 4 


338 


14x14x14 


724 


36x36x36 


5567 


8x8x6 


270 


1 12x12x12 


512 


16x16x16 


969 


48x48x48 




8x8x4 


255 


1 12x12x10 


491 


16x16x12 


861 



















CROSSES 








Size 


Weight 


Size 


Weight 


Size 


Weight 


-Size 


Weight 


Inches 


Pounds 


Inches 


Pounds 


Inches 


Pounds 


Inches 


Pounds 


4x4x4x4 


166 


10x10x10x10 


493 


12xl2x 8x 8 


545 


20x20x20x20 


1828 


6x6x6x6 


257 


lOxlOx 8x 8 


443 


12xl2x 6x 6 


512 


24x24x24x24 


2694 


6x6x4x4 


221 


lOxlOx 6x 6 


406 


12xl2x 4x 4 


486 


30x30x30x30 


4609 


8x8x8x8 


372 


lOxlOx 4x 4 


377 


14x14x14x14 


963 


36x36x36x36 


6857 


8x8x6x6 


325 


12x12x12x12 


623 


16x16x16x16 


1259 


48x48x48x48 




8x8x4x4 


294 


12x12x10x10 


577 


18x18x18x18 


1454 

















SLEEVE 



Fig. 14 F 



PLUG 



Fig. 14 G 



CAP- 



Fig. 14 H 



Size inches 



8 



10 



12 



14 



16 



18 



20 24 



30 



36 



48 



Weight, Sleeves. 

" Plugs. . . 

Caps... 



. pounds 



119 
24 
59 



176 
38 

81 



223 

50 

104 



280 

65 

149 



443 

96 
198 



518 
121 
242 



625 821 
156 472 
308 442 



1262 
723 
704 



1772 

1050 
1084 



2879 
2047 
2341 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



18S 



SPECIALS FOR CAST IRON PIPE 



"Y" BRANCH 



REDUCER 



INCREASER 






Fig. 8948A 






Fig 


8948B 






Fig. 8948C 


"Y'* Branches 


Reducers 


Increasers 


Size 


Weight 


Size 


Weight 


Size 


Weight 


Size 


Weight 


Size 


Weight 


Inches 


Pounds 


Inches 


Pounds 


Inches 


Pounds 


Inches 


Pounds 


Inches 


Pounds 


4x 4 


103 


6x 4 


97 


14x10 


320 


20x16 


711 


4x 6 


104 


6x 6 


181 


8x 6 


143 


14x 8 


288 


20x14 


638 


4x 8 


132 


8x 8 


291. 


8x 4 


119 


14x 6 


256 


20x12 


576 


4x10 


162 


10 X 10 


4i^4 


lOx 8 


198 


16x14 


461 


24x20 


987 


6x 8 


150 


12x12 


632 


lOx 6 


169 


16x12 


405 


24x18 


901 


6x10 


180 


14x14 


985 


lOx 4 


146 


16x10 


364 


24x16 


838 


6x12 


218 


16x16 


1413 


12x10 


261 


18x16 


569 


24x14 


764 


8x10 


201 


18 x 18 


1737 


12x 8 


231 


18x14 


502 


30x24 


1398 


8x12 


240 


20x20 


2199 


12x 6 


202 


18x12 


446 


36x30 


2264 


10x12 


267 


24 x 24 


3599 


12x 4 
14x12 


179 
360 


18x10 
20x18 


405 
776 




.... 


12x14 


378 



SPLIT TEE 




SPLIT SLEEVE 










SPl 


.IT TEES, 


WITH ANY S 


IZE OUTLET 








Size.. 


.inches 


3 


4 


6 


8 


10 12 


14 


16 


18 


20 


24 


30 


36 


Price 


. .each 


6.50 


8.00 


10.00 


12.50 


17.50 20.00 22.50 


27.50 


35.00 


40.00 


50.00 


60,00 


70.00 











SPLIT SLEEVES 












Size . . 


. inches 


3 


4 6 


8 


10 


12 14 


16 


18 


20 


24 


30 


36 


Price . 


. . .each 


3.00 


3.00 5.25 


8.25 


11.50 


13.50 20.00 


21.00 


28.50 


38.50 


40.00 


45.00 


55.00 



FLANGE AND SPIGOT 



FLANGE AND BELL 





FLANGE 




Fig. 8948F 










Fig. 8948G 






Fig. 8948H 




Size inchee 


3 


4 


6 


8 


10 


12 


14 


16 


18 


20 


24 


Length, Flange and Spigot inches 

laying Length, Flange and Bell 

Price, Flange and Spigot each 

" Flange and Bell.. » 
" Flange, Faced and Prilled " 


16 

4 

1.90 

2.20 

2.25 


16 
4 

2.50 
2.80 
3.00 


16 

4 

3.75 

4.05 

4.00 


16 

4 

5.95 

6.00 

6.50 


18 
6 

9.00 
8.75 
9.25 


18 

6 

11.85 

11.25 

12.50 


18 

6 

14.70 

14.40 

16.00 


20 

6 

20.00 

18.00 

26.00 


20 
6 

22.80 
19.70 
31.00 


20 

6 

27.50 

23.90 

34.00 


24 

6 

43.00 

40.00 

46.00 



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ill 

I 

i 



''BUFFALO" PATTERN STOP COCK BOXES 

2H-INCH BOX 



EXTENSION SECTION 



COVERS 




Fig. 7524D 



Fig. 7524B 




Fig. 7524E 



KEYS 





Fig. 7524A Fig. 7524C Fig. 7524F 

SERVIC E BOXES, 2y2 INCHES IN DIAMETER. IN TWO PIECES 



Number 


88 89 A 


90 B 


91 C 


92 C 


92D 1 93D 


93E 


Extension 

Price 


inches 

each 


12 
.55 


12-20 

.60 


18-26 
.65 


21-32 
.70 


24-38 
.75 


24-42 36-48 
.80 .85 


36-54 
.90 


Number 


94 D 


94 E 


~95E~ 


lOOE 


ioof" 


95G lOOG 


Extension 

Price 


inches 

each 


42-57 
.95 


42-60 
1.00 


48-66 
1.10 


54-72 
1.15 


54-78 
1.20 


48-84 
1.30 


54-90 
1.35 





When ordering, always state if for gas or water 

KeySj 4 cents each. Covers, extra, 12 cents. Bolts, extra, 10 cents. 

OLD STYLE SERVICE BOXES, 3 INCHES IN DIAMETER 



Number 





1 


1^ 


2 1 3 ■ 1 4 


5 


7 


Extension Stationary. . 
Price 


. . inches 
each 


10 
.65 


13-211^ 
.80 


18^28 

.85 


24-39 32-48 

.90 1 1.00 


34-58 
1.05 


42-66 
1.15 


48-72 
1.30 



Covers marked "Water" unless otherwise specified. 

EXTENSION SECTIONS FOR 2y2-INCH SERVICE BOXES 



Number 


151 


152 

16^ 

.40 


153 
28 
.50 


154 


Increasing Length of Box inches 

Price each 


~% 


33 

.55 



EXTENSION SECTIONS FOR 3-INCH SERVICE BOXES 




Number 


155 


156 


157 


Increasing Length of Box inches 

Price.. each 


20 
.45 


24 
.50 


30 

.55 



These boxes can be furnished with stationary rod attachment with guide ring- 
ranging from 20 to 30 cents net per box, extra, depending on length. 
Combination stop box keys (for stationary rod), 50 cents. 



-price 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



185 



ROADWAY, METER AND GAS DRIP BOXES 

ROADWAY 
ROUND HEAD SQUARE HEAD 

FLANGED BASE OPEN BASE 



EXTENSION 
METER BOX 





Fig. 979 3 A Fig. 9793B Tig. 9793C 

SQUARE OR ROUND HEAD, OPEN OR FLANGED BASE 

For Water or Gas 



Number, Flanged Base 
" Open Base . . . 



Weight pounds 

Extension inches 

Price, Flanged Base each 

" Open Base " 



41Q I 42Q 
141 Q i 142 Q 



42 i 47 
18 to 24 27 to 34 



2.00 
1.85 



2.15 
2.00 



42 R 
142 R 



54 

27 to 42 

2.35 

2.20 



43 R 
143 R_ 
60 
34 to 48 
2.55 
2.30 



44 R 
144 R 



63 

39 to 54 

2.75 

2.40 



45R 
145R 



72 

46 to 60 
2.85 
2.50 



No, 49 extension piece increases length of box 18 inches, price, 70 cents. 





EXTENSION METER BOXES 






Number 


173 


Extends 




inches 


28 to 38 


Diameter, Inside 




a 


'^M 


Price 




.... each 


2.75 







No. 71 extension piece increases length of box 14 inches, price, 1.00. 

GAS DRIP BOXES 

No. 178 No. 106 No. 55 




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VALVE BOXES 

VALVE BOX EXTENSION SECTION 



COVERS 





Tig. 8245 C 



Tig. 8245B 




SIZE "AAA" 
EXTRA SHORT SHAFT 




Tig, 824:5A Fi^. 8245E 

VALVE BOXES— SVi- INCH SHAFT, No. 6 BASE 

We make our valve boxes with locking covers, so that it is impossible for horse to tip 
the cover by stepping on it. Our improved covers are in high favor wherever seen. 



Size 


AAA 


AA 1 A 


B 


C 1 CC 


D 


DD 


E 


F 


G 


H 


Weight . . . pounds 
Extension . . inches 
Price each 


68 

17 

2.45 


87 1 93 
22-28 28-40 
2.85 3.00 


100 
36-48 
3.15 


106 1 112 
42-54 48^60 
3.30 13.50 


115 
42-66 
3.65 


120 

48-72 
3.85 


125 

60-72 
3.95 


130 

60-84 
4.10 


137 

72-84 
4.30 


149 
72-96 
4.50 



No. 58 extension piece lengthens box 14 inches. Price, .70 each. 

We manufacture valve boxes, 7-inch shaft smallest diameter, and will quote prices on 
application. 

Size ''AAA," extra short shaft with No. 140,gquare flange base, height, lOJ/^ inches," 
refers to the stationary shaft No. 57, in connection with any oval base named herein, and 
is for covering valves when set close to the surface. 

DIRECTIONS 

In setting valve box the }>ase should rest 2 or more inches above the flanged joints 
of the valve dome. 

The nut of the valve should be about on a line with the hub at lower end or middle 
section of a 5M-inch box, i. e., should come just above the base, as this will leave amj:)le 
space above the valve. 

It is preferable to use large size base over the valves, though some use No. 4 base, even 
with 16-inch valve. 

In such case, valve should be covered with earth to within, say, 12 inches of top of 
nut, the base thus protecting the working parts of valve. 

The valve boxes do not have to be as long as the depth to the toj) of the main, as the 
flange joint of the valve is usually 3 to 6 inches higher than the top of main. 

All sections of our valve boxes are interchangeable and adapted for use with any of 
our bases. 



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187 



VALVE BOX BASES 

ROUND BASE, No. 6 OVAL BASE, No. 6 





Tig. 833 4A 



Tig. 8334B 



No. 4 round base. ■ For 4-inch valves or smaller sizes, is used for round or oval valves. 
With this base the valve box is 3 inches shorter than with No. 6 base. Inside dimensions: 
Diameter at bottom, 10 J^ inches; height, 8 inches. Reduces price of valve box, net, 25 
cents. 

No. 6 round base. For 8-inch round valves or smaller sizes. Inside dimensions: 
Diameter at bottom, 14 J^ inches; height, 11 inches. This is the standard size base used in 
quoting lists and prices. 

No. 6 oval base. For 6 and 8-inch oval valves. Inside dimensions at bottom, 
15x11^ inches; height, 11 inches. This is the standard size base used in quoting lists 
and prices. 

No. 8 round base. For 10-inch round valves or smaller sizes. With this base the box 
is same length as with No. 6 base. Inside dimensions: Diameter at bottom, 11 }i inches; 
height, 11 inches. Increases price of valve box, net, 25 cents. 

No. 16 round base. For 12 to 20-inch round valves. With this base the valve box is 
4:14 inches longer than with No. 6 base. Inside dimensions: Diameter at bottom, 24 
inches; height, 1534 inches. Increases price of valve box, net, 1.25. 



OVAL BASE, No. 160 



DOME BASE, No. 140 





Tig. 8334C 



Fig. 8334D 



With this base the valve 

U 



No. 140 dome base. This base is particularly adapted for use where valves are set 
near the surface and is suitable for any size valve up to 24 inches; has flange at bottom 
17 inches square. With this base the valve box is 6 inches shorter than with No. 6 base. 
Price same as No. 6 base. 

No. 160 oval base. For 16-inch valves or smaller sizes. 
l>ox is 13-^ inches shorter than with No. 6 base, 
inches; height, Q}i inches. Increases price of valve box, net, 35 cents. 

No. 162 oval base. For 24-inch valves or smaller sizes. Inside dimensions at bottom, 
26x16 inches; height, 10 inches. Increases price of valve box, net, 1.25. 

No. 16 — 24-inch round base. For 16 to 24-inch side-geared valves. With this base 
the valve box is 12 inches longer than with No. 6 base. Inside dimensions: Diameter 
at bottom, 30 inches; height, 23 inches. Increases price of valve box, net, 4.00. 



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MANHOLE FRAMES AND COVERS, ETC. 

LAWN COVER AND RING 



CHICAGO STANDARD 
AND SUBURBAN PATTERN 




Fig. 3526A Fig^ 3526B 

CHICAGO STANDARD AND SUBURBAN PATTERN 



Number 



5 Chicago Standard 

6 Suburban Pattern 



Diameter 

of Opening 

Inches 



21 

20^ 



Height 
Inches 



Outside 

Diameter 

Inches 



36 
35 



WeigRt 

with Cover 

Pounds 



500 
315 



Above can be furnished with perforated covers if desired. 



Price 
Each 



20.00 

12.50 



CONDUIT FRAMES AND COVERS 



No. 1 




No. 2 



Fig. 3526C 



Fig. 3526D 





LAWN COVERS AND RINGS 




Style 


Diameter 

of Opening 

Inches 


Height 
Inches 


Outside Diameter 

of Lower Flange 

Inches 


Weight 
Pounds 


Price 

Each 


Light Pattern 
Heavy " 


18 
18 


6 

6 


27 
27 


150 

315 


6.00 
12.50 




Number 


Size 
of Cover 
I nches, 


Size ^ 

of Opening 

Inches 


Size 

of Bottom 

Flange, Inches 


Height 
Inches 


Weight 
Pounds 


Price 

Each 


1 

2 


*2bx20 


26 x32 

18^x18^ 


38x42 

28x28 


9 
5 


755 

260 


30.00 
10.50 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



189 



CATCH BASm AND MANHOLE COVERS, ETC. 

COVERS 

CATCH BASIN 

MANHOLE 





Fig. 3 543 A 



Fig. 3543B 





CATCH BASIN COVERS 








Diameter 




inches 


18 


20 


Weight 




nounds 


20 
1.00 


30 


Price, Plain Covers 




. each 


1.50 



MANHOLE COVERS 



Price, Perforated or Solid for No. 5 Manhole Frame; Weigh t7l45 pounds. . .each | 6.00 
CISTERN COVER AND RING 




COALHOLE RING AND COVER 




Fig. 3543C Fig. 3543D 

CISTERN COVERS AND RINGS 



Diameter 

of Opening 

I nches 


^''^ihul:''^''^''' Height 
of Flange inches 
Inches [ 


Weight 
Pounds 


Price 
Each 


20 1 26 1 2}4 


160 


6.50 





COALHOLE RINGS AND COVERS 




Diameter 
of Cover 
Inches 


Outside Diameter 
of Ring 
Inches 


Price 

Cover only 

Each 


Price 
Ring only- 
Each 


16 


201^ 


1,10 


.75 



mam 



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HOPPER 




SEWER GRATES, ETC. 

FRAME 




SEWER GRATE 




It 



FOR 


DRAINING STREET GUTTERS INTO SEWERS 




Size 
of Opening 

Inches 


Size of 

Bottom Flange 

Inches 


Height 
Inches 


Approximate 
Weight 
Pounds 


Price 

per Set 


24x13 


33x32 


9 


310 


12.50 



GUTTER BOXES AND GRATES 

GUTTER BOX 




GRATE 






Fig. 3502D 






Fig. 3502E 




Size 
of Box 
Inches , 


Size 
of Grate 
Inches 


Size of 

Bottom Opening 

Inches 


Height 
of Box 
Inches 


Approximate 
Weight 
Pounds 


Price 
per Set 


231^x161^ 


22x15 1 10 


5 


225 


9.00 



METER COVERS AND FRAMES 




Fig. 3502F 



Size 
of Cover 
Inches 


Size 

of Frame 

Inches 


Approximate 
Weight 
Pounds 


Price 
per Set 


21^x171^ 


27J^x2334 


120 


6.00 



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191 



PALMER BACK WATER TRAPS, ETC. 

PALMER BACK WATER TRAPS 

IRON BODY 

SECTIONAL 




Fig. 3584A Fig. 3584B 

Made of cast iron, with hub and spigot connection, in sizes to fit regular cast iron soil 
})il)e. Provided' with accessible handhole or cleanout, with cover bolted on, with heavy 
brass screws. Seat and valve are made of non-corrosive white metal, and are securely 
fitted to inside of iron body. The valve is a swinging gate, swinging into handhole open- 
ing, thus allowing a free unobstructed round opening for passage of sewage. The full 
si ze of pipe yet c losin g tightly a nd prev enting ingress of water through backflow or pressure. 

Size, .inches 
Price. . . each 



6.00 



6.50 



7.50 



9.00 



10.00 



8 



15.00 



10 



30.00 



12 



40.00 



16 



90.00 



18 



135.00 



Iron l^ody traps with brass valves made to order. Prices on aijpfication. 
PALMER BACK WATER VALVE SOIL PIPE TESTING PLUG 



24 



335.00 





Fig. 3584C Fig. 3584D 

PALMER BACK WATER VALVES 

Made entirely of non-corrosive white metal and consists of a flanged seat with swing- 
ing gate. The flange on seat is made in sizes to fit the hub openings of regular glazed tile 
pipe with opening through same, and swinging gate corresponding to bore of pipe. It is 
intended to l)e fitted between two lengths of pipe, and when cemented in place forms a 
positive back water valve yet offers no resistance or obstruction to flow of sewage. 



Size inches 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6" 


8 9 


10 12 


15 


Price each 


1.00 


1.20 


1.60 


2.00 


2.40 


3.20 4.00 


15.00 25.00 


40.00 


Brass valves made to order. Prices on application. 

SOIL PIPE TESTING PLUGS 


Size inches 2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


Price each 1 . 00 


1.25 


1.50 


2.00 


2.50 


Galvanized iron. 


Extra 


quahty 


rubber 


rings, 


will fit 


standa 


rd or e: 


sctra he 


avy pip 


e. \ 



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MUELLER WATER TAPPING MACHINES 

FOR TAPPING WATER MAINS AND INSERTING CORPORATION COCKS 

UNDER PRESSURE 

No. 2 



No. 1 





Fig. 2862A 



Fig. 2862B 



These strong and compact machines are adapted for making a single tap and insert- 
ing a corporation cock in a water main under pressure, for connecting a service pipe or 
for making a number of taps and inserting cocks to attach to a gooseneck for large 
service connection. 

Price, No. 1 each 90. 00 

" 2 " 100.00 



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STANDARD EQUIPMENT 

Standard equipment includes: Katchet handle complete; combined feed nut and 
yoke with four-arm handle; tools with Mueller thread, sizes J^, ^, 3^ and 1-inch; plu^s, 
male screw, sizes 3-^, %y % and 1-inch; malleable iron saddles, sizes for 4, 6, 8 and 10- 
inch cast iron pipe; small rubber gasket for top of saddles; large rubber gasket for 
all sizes of cast or wrought iron pipe; chain for 4 to 12-inch pipe; chain wrench, and 
body cleaning chisel. This equipment will always be furnished, .unless otlierwise 
specified. 

EXTRA TOOLS, WITH MAJELLER THREAD 

Price, i^-inch Combined Drill, Reamer and Tap each 4.00 

" Vs " " " " " " " 4.50 

" % " " " " " " r. " 5.50 

"1 " " " " " " " 6.50 

J^-inch tap, also taps thread for 3 g-inch corporation cock. 

EXTRA DRILLS, REAMERS AND TAPS-WITH IRON PIPE THREAD 

When Purchased Separately 

Size inches Vg ^ H 1 

Price each 4.00 4.00 5.50 6.50 

Drill, reamer and tap, with standard iron pipe thread, sizes 'j g to 1-inch, will be 
furnished without additional cost, when specified, instead of the four with Mueller 
thread given in the standard equipment. 

No. 2 machine is same style and capacity as No. 1, but is heavier, and affords more 
power for the large taps. 



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193 



LEAD GOOSENECKS, ETC. 

SERVICE CONNECTIONS 




Fig. 9021A 

Our wiped joint goosenecks are furnished with corporation cocks complete with 
coupling, extra strong lead pipe and extra heavy male soldering nipple with extra heavy 
hand wiped joints. Female soldering' nipples furnished if desired. Unless otherwise 
specified, cocks will be furnished to fit MueUer Machine, for screw plug with eighth bend 
couphng and male soldering nipple. An extra charge wiU be made for corporation cocks 
for wood mains or cocks of special construction. We will furnish lead goosenecks for 
any make of machine, also other lengths and weights of pipe or special fittings upon 
specifications. 

Prices on application. 



Size inches 



Length of Lead Pipe inches 

Price each 



y2 



18 
5.25 



18 
6.25 



18 
7.25 



18 
10.75 



IM 



24 
19.50 



1^ 



30 
31.00 



36 
48.50 



BRASS WATER CONNECTIONS 



FOUR-BRANCH 
WITH UNION COUPLING INLETS 




THREE-BRANCH 
TWO-BRANCH LEAD PIPE INLETS 

LEAD PIPE INLETS g| 

Fig. 9021B Rs:. 90210 

Number of Branches 

Size of Outlet, Iron Pipe inches 

" " Inlets " 

Price, Inlets for Lead Pipe 

" Iron " Male ....[. 

" " " Lead Union Couplings 

" Iron Pipe Unions 

" Lead Flange Unions 

Outlet end for lead pipe at same price. 




Fig. 9021D 



1 

2.05 
2.30 
4.10 
4.25 
5.00 



13^ 
1 

3.25 
3.65 
6.00 
6.20 
7.95 



2 

1 
5.40 
5.90 
8.60 
8.90 
11.05 



1 

9.70 
10.45 
18.35 

18.75 
22.80 



3 

1 
16.25 
17.25 
26.05 
26.60 
34.00 



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LEAD MELTING FURNACES 



WITH DOOR 



ON WHEELS 

WITH DOOR AND POT RACK 




Fig. 9013A 



ON LEGS 
WITH DOOR 



Fig. 9013B 
ON WHEELS WITH DOOR, NO. 1 

Diameter, 'IVA inches; height, 24 inches; diameter of pot, 163^ 
inches; depth of pot, 11 inches; capacity, l«ad, 700 pounds. 




Price 



.each I 70.00 



ON WHEELS WITH DOOR. No. 2 

Diameter, 16 inches; height, 24 inches; diameter of pot, 11^ 
inches; depth of pot, 8 inches; cap acity, lead, 260 pounds. 



Price 



.each 63.00 



ON WHEELS WITH DOOR AND POT RACK 



Fig. 9013C 



Num ber 

Diameter inches 

Height ^( 

Diameter of Pot ^^ 

Depth of Pot 

Capacity, Lead P°^?^^^ 

Price ^^^^^^^^ 



.each 



213^ 
24 

16M 
11 
700 

74.00 



16 
24 

11^ 

8 

260 

67.00 



ON LEGS WITH DOOR 



Number . 



.inches 



Diameter 

Height a 

Diameter of Pot ,, 

Depth of Pot , 

Capacity.Lead ^^ch 

Price • • ' - 



ON LEGS WITH DOOR AND SMOKESTACK 



Number . 



. inches 



Diameter 

Height „ 

Diameter of Pot • • • • ,, 

Depth of Pot • -.^ 

Capacity.Lead P°^°ds 

Price ^^°^ 




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195 



DRINKING FOUNTAINS 

FOR BEAST 




Fig. lllA 
Iron drinking fountain with self-closing cock; fountain to fasten on stone. 

DIMENSIONS 

Height to Top of Kim, 21 inches. Length or Trough, 46 inches. 

\V idth of Trough, 25 inches. Base, 40xl8J^ inches. 




Fig. IIIB 



stone 



Iron drinking fountain with overflow, without self-closing cock; fountain to fasten ^ 



DIMENSIONS 

Height t^ Top of Rim, 21 inches. Length of Trough, 46 inches. 

Width of 1 rough, 25 inches. Base, 40x181^ inches. 



Price, as described, Painted ^^^i, 

" " " Bronzed ;::;; ^^f^ 



45.00 
51.00 



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/ 



DRINKING FOUNTAINS 



FOR MAN AND BEAST 




Fig. 112A 

Iron drinking fountain with self-closing cock, for horse trough, and self-closing valve 
operated by button on top of standard for drinking spout; fountain to fasten on stone. 



DIMENSIONS 



Height to Top of Columnj 38 inches. 
Width of Trough, 25 inches. 



Length of Trough, 46 inches. 
Base, 40xl8'j/2 inches. 



Price, as described, Painted 


each 


80.00 


" " " Bronzed 


a 


86.00 


" without Self-Closing Devices, Painted 

Bronzed 


a 
a 


65.00 
71.00 



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197 



DRINKING FOUNTAINS 

FOR MAN AND BEAST 




Fig. 127A 



Iron drinking fountain with self-closing valve for horse trough and white metal 
bubbling cup and valve for man basin; fountain to fasten on stone. 



DrMENSIONS 

Height to Top of Kim, 21 inches. Length of Trough, 46 inches. 

Base, 40x183^ inches. 



Width of Trough, 25 inches. 



Price, as described, Painted , each 

Bronzed 



98.00 
108.00 



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DRINKING FOUNTAINS 



FOR MAN AND BEAST 




Fig. 135A 

Iron drinking fountain with self-closing valve for horse trough, and white metal 
bubbling cup and valve for man basin; fountain to fasten on stone. 

DIMENSIONS 



« 



Height to Top of Rim, 21 inches. 
Width of Trough, 25 inches. 



Length of Trough, 46 inches. 
Base, 40xl8J^ inches 



Price, as described, Painted each 

" « " Bronzed " 



98.00 
108.00 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



199 



DRINKING FOUNTAINS 



FOR MAN AND BEAST 




Fig. 13 6A 

Iron drinking fountain with self-closing cock for horse trough, and self-closing faucet 
for drinking spout; fountain to fasten on stone. 



DIMENSIONS 

Height to Top of Rim, 21 inches. Length of Trough, 46 inches. 



Width of Trough, 25 inches. 


Base, 40x183/^ inches. 






Price as described Painted 




. . . each 


100.00 


Bronzed 




a 


110.00 


" without Self -Closing Devices, Painted . . 

Bronzed . 




a 
a 


80.00 
90.00 



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DRINKING FOUNTAINS 

FOR MAN AND BEAST 




Fig. 162A 

Iron drinking fountain with self-closing faucet for all receptacles; fountain to fasten 
on stone or into ground. 



DIMENSIONS 



Height above Ground, 67 inches. 
Height to Top of Horse Trough, 27 inches. 
Diameter at Base, 28 inches. 



Height to Top of Man Trough, 34 inches. 
Horse Trough, 33x22x11 inches. 
Base Plate for Stone, 22x22 inches. 



Price, as described, to fasten on Stone, Painted each 

" " " " " « "Bronzed.... ., .,..■.■.■.■.■.■.'.*.'" " " 

" " " " " in Ground, Painted ,,','. " 

" " " " " " " Bronzed « 



150.00 
165.00 
170.00 
185.00 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



201 



BLOW-OFF TANKS AND CATCH BASINS 

CAST IRON 



STEAM BLOW-OFF TANK 



GRAVEL CATCH BASIN 





Fig. 4848A Fig. 4848B 

These are especially adapted for receiving boiler blow-off water, cylinder drains, drips 
from steam apparatus, and as hot wells for condensers. 



Dimensions 






Dimensions 






Inches 


Weight 
Pounds 


Price 
Each 


Inches 


Weight 
Pounds 


Price 
Each 


Diameter 


Depth 


Diameter 


Depth 


18 


18 . 


300 


20.00 


30 


54 


1150 


80.00 


18 


24 


350 


25.00 


30 


60 


1250 


85.00 


18 


30 


400 


30.00 


36 


36 


1200 


85.00 


18 


36 


450 


35.00 


36 


42 


1300 


95.00 


24 


24 


500 


40.00 


36 


48 


1400 


105.00 


24 


30 


575 


45.00 


36 


54 


1500 


115.00 


24 


36 


650 


50.00 


36 


60 


1600 


125.00 


24 


42 


725 


55,00 


42 


42 


1500 


110.00 


24 


48 


800 


60.00 


42 


48 


1650 


120.00 


24 


54 


875 


65.00 


42 


54 


1800 


130.00 


24 


60 


950 


70.00 


42 


60 


1950 


140.00 


26 


30 


650 


50.00 


48 


48 


2100 


150.00 


26 


36 


725 


55.00 


48 


54 


2250 


160.00 


26 


42 


800 


60.00 


48 


60 


2400 


170.00 


26 


48 


875 


65.00 


48 


66 


2550 


180.00 


26 


54 


950 


70.00 


48 


72 


2700 


190.00 


26 


60 


1025 


75.00 


60 


60 


4500 


320.00 


30 


30 


750 


60.00 


60 


66 


4750 


340.00 


30 


36 


850 


65.00 


60 


72 


5000 


360.00 


30 


42 


950 


70.00 


60 


78 


5250 


380.00 


30 


48 


1050 


75.00 












When ordering blow-off tank always state size of inlet and outlet connections, also 
size of vapor pipe. 3-inch and smaller are always tapped and the larger sizes flanged. 
The hubs are for 4-inch and 6-inch cast iron soil pipe on the gravel basins. 



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FIRE HYDRANTS 

ECLIPSE ANTI-FREEZIIMG 



No. 3 



STANDARD HYDRANT 





Fig. 6723A 



Fig. 672 SB 













Nc 


>■ 3 










DIam. 


Pave- 


One 


Two 


Three 




One 


One 


Frost 


Each Ft. 


Each Ft. 


of Inlet 


ment to 
Center 


2i^-in. 


2H-in. 


2H-in. 


One 


Steamer 


Steamer 


Case 


in Length 


in Length 


Pipe 


Hose 


Hose 


Hose 


Steamer 


and One 


and Two 


Standard 


of Stand- 


of Frost 


Inches 




Nozzle 


Nozzle 


Nozzle 


Nozzle 


2i^in, 


2>fin. 




pipe 


Case 




Feet 










Nozzle 


Nozzle 




Extra 


Extra 


3 


5 


32.00 


34.00 


36.00 


34.00 


36.00 


38.00 


7.00 


1.50 


1.00 


4 


5 


32,00 


34.00 


36.00 


34.00 


36,00 


38.00 


7.00 


1.5t) 


1,00 


5 


5 


34.00 


36.00 


38.00 


36.00 


38.00 


40.00 


7.00 


1.50 


1.00 


6 


5 


34.00 


36.00 


38.00 


36.00 


38.00 


40.00 


7.00 


1.50 


1.00 



No. 6 



6 I 5 I 47.00 I 49.00 1 51.00 | 49.00 | 51.00 | 53.00 | 10.00 | 2.25 



2.00 



No. 10 



6 I 5 1 47.00 1 49.00 1 51.00 | 49^^ 51,00 | 53.00 | 10.00 | 2.25 



2.00 



Nos. 6 and 10 hydrants are same as No. 3, except having a larger valve opening and 
standpipe. 

Hydrants to be set 7 feet in the ground, or deeper are furnished with wrought iron 
standpipe in which event add 3.00 per foot to above list. 

In ordering always give following information, viz.— 

Whether wrought iron pipe thread, flange, bell or spigot connection. Size of 
bottom connection. Length from pavement to center of inlet. Size and form of nut 
to open hydrant. Whether to turn to right or left to open. Number and size of 
nozzles. Send hydrant cap or hose coupling for gauge of thread. 

Unless otherwise ordered, hydrant thread will be made to open by turning to the 
left. Frost cases furnished if desired. 



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203 



FIRE HYDRANTS 

ECLIPSE ANXr-FREEZING 



0. 2, FOR PRIVATE CORPORATIONS 
31/2-INCH 2-INCH 



No. 4 DOUBLE-VALVE HYDRANT 
FOR SPRINKLING PURPOSES 




Fig. 6722 A Fig. 6722B Fig. 6722 C 

"NO. 2-1^-INCH INLET AND OUTLET 



To Set in Ground feet 


IK 


2 
16.45 


3 


4 


5 


* 6 


8 


10 


Price each 


16.30 


16.80 


17,15 


17.50 


18.00 


19.50 


22.00 





NO. 2-2- 


NCH 


INLET AND OUTLET 








To Set in Ground . , 


feet 


W2 


2 3 


4 


5 


6 


8 


10 


Price 


each 


22.25 


22.50 23.00 


23,50 


21.00 


24.75 


27.00 


30.00 





NO. 4-2- 


NCH 


INLET AND OUTLET 








To Set in Ground , . 


feet 


W2 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


8 


10 


Price 


each 


28.25 


28.50 


29.00 


29.50 


30.00 


30.75 


33.00 


36.00 





NO, 4-2^- 


INCH 


INLET AND OUTLET 








To Set in Ground . 


feet 


IH 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


8 


10 


Price 


each 


32.25 


32.50 


a3.oo 


33.50 


34.00 


34.75 


37.00 


40.00 



The No. 2 hydrant is designed for private purposes, such as for stockyards, factories, 
lumberyards, railroads, fertilizing purposes, etc. The No. 4 hydrant is designed for 
sprinkling or other purposes, where hydrant is to be operated very often each day. 

Unless otherwise ordered, inlet is made for wrought iron pipe. 



204 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



M HYDRANTS AND STREET WASHERS 

ANTI-FREEZING 



COMPRESSION 
HYDRANT 



SELF-CLOSING 
HYDRANT 



STREET 
WASHER 



Fig. 5265A Fig. 5265B ; 

COMPRESSION HYDRANTS 



Fig. 5265C 



To set in Ground feet 



Price, J^-inch each 

« 1 a a 



9.00 
11.50 



10.00 
12.50 



11.00 
13.50 



12.00 

14.50 



13.00 
15,50 



SELF-CLOSING HYDRANTS 



To set in Ground feet 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


Price, J^-inch each 


11.00 


12.00 


13.00 


14.00 


15.00 



STREET WASHERS 



To set in Ground 


feet 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


Price, Ji-inch 


each 


8.00 

9.00 


8.50 
10.00 


9.50 10.50 

11.00 12.00 


11.50 
13.00 



In ordering, be careful to give length and whether wanted for lead or iron pipe. 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



205 



M HYDRANT AND STREET WASHER REPAIRS 



No. 1699 



No. 1700 



No. 1703 No. 1704 



No. 1705 



No. 1706 




I ^m 




No. 1712 No. 1720 

No. 1713 g 

No. 1721 NO. 1722 




NO. 1726 
No. 1723 No. 1725 




Fig. 5287A 



No. 



1699 

1700 

1701 

1702 

1703 

1703A 

1704 

1705 

1706 

1707 

1708 

1709 

1710 

1711 

1712 

1713 

1714 

1715 

1716 

1717-1 

1717-2 

1718 

1719 

1720 

1721 

1722 

1723 

1724 

1725 

1726 

1727 



Name of Part 



Hydrant Handles each 

Top " 

Screw " 

Top, Complete " 

" Stock for Compression " 

" " Self-closing " 

Bo^t and Nut " 

" Nozzle and Locknut " 

" Slide " 

Stirrup and Tee " 

Base " 

Valve Body for Hydrant or Street Washer " 

" Stem " " « « " " 

Bottom Connection for Hydrant or Street Washer " 

Tail Nut for Hydrant or Street Washer " 

" Coupling for Hydrant or Street Washer " 

Shoe for Hydrant or Street Washer " 

Street Washer Stirrup " 

Plate " 

Lid only " 

Top « « 

Bottom Complete for Hydrant or Street Washer " 

Street Washer Keys per dozen 

" " Screws each 

Stirrup and Tee for Self-closing Hydrant " 

Lever for Self-closing Hydrant " 

Tod " " " " " 

Spring " " " « (not illustrated) '. .' .' '.'.'. [['.','.]','.'. « 

Packing Nut for Hydrant or Street Washer " 

Clamp " " " « « « " 

Angle Plate for Street Washer " 

Valve Packing, coiisistiiig of Cup Leather, Washer and Seat Leather .per doz. sets 



3^-in. 



.12 
.25 
.40 
.75 
.60 

1.00 
.10 
.30 
.05 
.25 
.25 
.75 
.40 
.30 
.10 
.40 
.10 
.50 
.25 
.25 

1.50 

1.35 
.50 
.30 
.60 
.50 
.50 
.50 
.15 
.15 
.10 

1.50 



l-in. 



.15 
.30 
.40 

.85 
1.00 



.10 
.50 
.05 
.50 
.25 
.90 
.50 
.40 
.12 
.50 
.10 
.70 
.30 
.30 
.75 
1.70 
1.50 
.30 



.15 

.15 

.10 

2.00 



M 



206 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



WILLIAMS' PIPE THREADING MACHINES 



No. VA 



ill 



No. I 




ng. 251A 




Nos. 2 AND 3 1 The die head is on a sliding carriage, is 

strong, compact and convenient. The dies are 
adjustable and interchangeable: a cam lever 
adjusts and expands the dies. A quick-opera- 
ting, self-centering scroll chuck is fitted to the 
back side of the die head to steady pipe in cut- 
ting off. The four guides are made of tool steel 
and hardened very hard their entire length. 

The dies are made of tool steel to secure 
best cutting and lasting qualities. One set cuts 
two sizes of pipe, thus reducing^ the die invest- 
ment one half, as well as the time for changing 
dies, as compared with a machine requiring a 
separate set of dies for each size of pipe. The 
Fig. 251C Jl^ (jieg g^j-e easily resharpened and when too badly 

worn can be recut at a small cost, thus reducing practically the only repair expense of the 
machine to a minimum. Orders for bolt dies should state whether for V or U. S. threads, 
and for casing dies the inside diameter and number of threads to the inch should be given. 




No. 


Capacity 
of Pipe 
Inches 


Weight 
Pounds 


Price 
with 
R. H. 

Dies 

Each 


Price 

Extra Dies 

R. and L. 

Hand 

per iSet 


Price 

Oil 
Pump 
Extra 
Each 


Pri^e 

Cutting- 

off 

Knife 

Each 


Price 
Nipple 
Holder 

Each 


1 


Mto2 


1000 


132.50 


2.50 


15.00 


.50 


25.00 


IK 


y^ " 3 


1500 


343.75 


3.50 




.50 


30.00 


2 


1 « 4 


2200 


500.00 


4.00 




.50 


50.00 


3 


IJi " 6 


3000 


625.00 


5.00 


.... 


.65 


70.00 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



207 



WILLIAMS' PIPE THREADIP4G MACHINES 

NOS. 4- AND 5 




Fig. 246A 



The price includes countershaft, cutting-off attachment extra cutting-off knife, and 
right-hand dies. The same general features described in the smaller machines are 
here incorporated in the Nos. 4 and 5 also. 



No. 


Capacity 
of Pipe 
Inches 


4 
5 


23^ to 8 
W2 " 12 



Weight 
Pounds 


Price 

with 
R. H. Die 

Each 


Price 

Extra Dies 

R. and L. 

Hand 

per Set 


Price 

Cutting- 
off 
Knife 
Each 


Price 

Nipple 

Holder 

Each 


5500 


937.50 


7.00 


.75 


100.00 


9000 


1500.00 


12.00 


.75 


160.00 


ELECTRIC-DRIVEN 








iro.8 










Any of the Williams' Pipe Cutting Machines can be direct-connected, as shown in 
above illustration. The dies on all the machines are quick-opening and adjustable, and 
expand to permit pipe to be taken from machine or cut off instead of backing off. 

The gripping chucks on Nos. 1, \}/^, 2, 3 and 4 machines are very powerful univer- 
sal chucks. No. 5 has an independent chuck unless a universal is preferred. 



208 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



FORBES 
PIPE CUTTING AND THREADING MACHINES 

WITH OPENING AND ADJUSTABLE DIES 

FOR HAND, No. 56 FOR HAND OR POWER, No. 9< 




Fig. 7104A 




Fig. 7104B 



Hand Machines 



Num- 
ber 



*30 
*32 

*34 

*36 



*37 

*38 
HO 

*42 

t46 
50 

t52 
54 
•56 

^58 
*60 
*61 

t62 
*63 
t64 
*65 

*65J^ 
166 2J^ 
*67 2% 
*68 2j^ 
t69 2^ 
*69H2M 



Threads Pipe, Inches 



Approx. 

Net 
Wt., Lbs. 



J^ to2, R. and L.. 
For Solid Dies, }i to 2, 
Dies not Furnished. . 
1 to3, R. H., lto2, 

L.H 

Mto3, R. H.,%to2, 

L.H 

U to 3, R. and L. 



1?^ 

W2 

1 

1 

4 
21/2 

Wi 

1 

2^ 

2>^' 

1 

;i ' 



4, R. H 

4, R. and L . . . 

4,R.H 

4, R. andL.. . 

4,R. H 

6, R, H 

6,R.H 

5,R.H 

6, R. H 

6,R.H 

6, R. andL... 

6, R. andL.. . 

6, Ex.Hy 

8, R. andL... 

8,R. H 

8,R.H 

8, R. and L.. . 

10, R. H 

10, R. H 

10, R. andL... 

12,R,H 

12, R. andL... 



155 
140 

185 

190 
200 
251 
257 
253 
260 
237 
341 
341 
343 
345 
384 
404 
398 
815 
661 
673 
671 
660 
989 
995 
1025 
2293 
2525 



Price 
Each 



50.00 
45.00 
75.00 

85.00 
105.00 
100.00 
115.00 
110.(0 
130.00 

85.00 
115.00 
130.00 
150.00 
175.00 
190.00 
235.00 
205.00 
300.00 
360.00 
325.00 
360.00 
395.00 
500.00 
500.00 
550.00 
650.00 
750,00 



Hand or Powbr Machines 



Num- 
ber 



*70 

*72 

*74 

*76 

*77 

t78 

*80 

*82 

*84 

*86 

t88 

t90 

t92 

t94. 

*95 

*96 

*98 



/2 

*99 
*993^ 

tioo 

tl02 
*104 
*106 

107 

108 

120 



Threads Pipe, Inches 



}i to 2, R. andL... 
For Solid Dies, 1^ to 2, 
Dies not Furnished . 
L to.3. R.H.,lto2, 

L. H 

M to 3, R. H., ^ to 

2, L.H 

i^to 3, R. andL.. 

4,R. H 

4,R.H 

4, R. andL.. 

4,R. H 

4, R. andL.. 

6, R. H 

6, R.H 

5,R.H 

6, R.H 

6, R.andL.. 

6, R.H 

6, R. and L. . 

8, R.H 

8, R.andL.. 
8, R. andL,. 

8, R.H 

10, R.H 

10, R. H 

10, R.andL.. 

12, R. H 

12, R.andL.. 
15, R.H 



W2 

W2 

V/2 

1 

1 

4 

W2 

^V2 

23^ 

W2 

1 

1 

1 

W2 
1 

W2 
W2 

W2 
W2 

W2 
^li 

4 



Approx. 

Net 
Wt, Lbs. 



376 
352 

491 

484 

490 

652 

644 

665 

641 

648 

* 758 

802 

810 

800 

818 

860 

-881 

1359 

1326 

1370 

1500 

2025 

2i50 

2200 

3725 

4156 

5990 



Price 
Each 



100.00 

95.00 

125.00 

135.00 
155.00 

140.00 
150.00 
165.00 
160.00 
180.00 
170.00 
180.00 
200.00 
225.00 
255.00 
250.00 
285,00 
535.00 
535.00 
570.00 
500.00 
700.00 
700.00 
750.00 
900.00 
1000.00 
1500.00 



*Pressure feed machines. fLead screw machines. 

Numbers 30 to 37 and 70 to 77 have no cut-off attachment, unless specially ordered. 

The prices of hand or power machines include countershaft, ratchet wrench and 

pipe rest. 



iiij.: 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



209 



FORBES 
PIPE CUTTING AND THREADING MACHINES 

DIRECT-CONIVECTED, MOTOR-DRIVEIM 

The economical and convenient methods of transmitting 
power by direct-connected motor machines, saving the neces- 
sary loss in friction which accompanies transmission by belting 
and shafting, has been applied to the Forbes Pipe Cutting and 
Threading Machines. 

The compact cabinet base requires no more room than a 
bench machine. The motor is concealed within the base, pro- 
tecting it from the oil or chips, also from breakage resulting 
from dropping heavy lengths of pipe and fittings. No outside 
bearings to be lined up. 

The machine can be moved from place to place, and it is 
but necessary to attach the feed wires, turn on the switch, and 
it is ready for use. When not in use, you are not paying for 
wasted power. No belting or countershaft being used, a trolley 
over the machine for handling heavy lengths of pipe can be 
used to good advantage. 

The machine has triple compound spur gears, cut from 
solid castings and entirely protected. Various speeds can be 
obtained, or the machine can be started or stopped by simply 
throwing a lever, while the motor is allowed to run. 
The oil pump is driven by gears, is out of the way of the operator, and direct- 
connected. The strainer in the center of the pan separates the oil from the chips, and 
enables you to use it over again until unlit for use. 

The machine is equipped with a specially designed die head, which does away with 
all thumbscrews for adjusting the dies, which are now clamped with one movement of 
a lever. The machine also has a self-centering device. 

The machine has dies that are opening and adjustable to any variations of fittings, and 
adjustable shell for taking up wear, which greatly prolongs the life of the machine. All 
sizes above o inches are furnished with automatically fed blade cut-off attachment, 
which cuts off pipe absolutely square and leaves no burr, thus avoiding the necessity 
of reaming the pipe. This attachment can be added to smaller sizes, if ordered, at an 
additional expense of 10.00. 

Adjustable pipe rest, mounted on iron column, on which to rest the pipe, is fur- 
nished with each machine. 




Fig. 6792A 









Price 








Price 








to Convert 








to Convert 


No. 


Range 


Price 


Hand 


No 


Range 


Price 


Hand 




Inches 


Each 


Machine 

into 
Electric 




Inches 


Each 


Machine 

into 
Electric 


*230 


M to 2, R. & L. H. 


315.00 


280.00 


252 


33^ to 6,R.H. 


435.00 


325.00 


*2M 


M,K.H.;3^,L.H. 


340.00 


280.00 


254 


2K " 5, " 


435.00 


325,00 


*236 


Mto3,R.H.;%to2,L. H. 


350.00 


280.00 


256 


21^ " 6, " 


460.00 


325.00 


*237 


}4 to 3, R. & L. H. 


370.00 


280.00 


*258 


1 " 6, " 


475.00 


325.00 


*238 


li^to4,R.H. 


365.00 


285.00 


*260 


1 " 6,R.&LH. 


520.00 


325.00 


*240 


1^4 to 4, R. & L. H. 


380,00 


280.00 


264 


21/2 " 8,R.H. 


700.00 


450.00 


*242 


lto4,R.H. 


375.00 


280.00 


*265 


1 " 8, " 


725.00 


450.00 


*244 


lto4,R.&L.H. 


395.00 


280.00 


*267 


21^ " 10, " 


900.00 


500.00 


246 


23^ to 4, R. H. 


360.00 


285.00 


269 


2>^ " 12, " 


1200.00 


600.00 


2o0 


4 to 6, R. H. 


425.00 


325.00 











*Pressure feed machines. Balance, lead screw machines. 
Machines for single-phase current on application. 



Li. 



210 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



PIPE STOCKS AND DIES 

MALLEABLE STOCKS AND DIES 




No. 


Threads 

Pipe 

Inches 


Dimensions 






Price, Each 






Inches 


Complete 


Stocks 


Extra 


Extra 


Extra 










only 


iriea 


Bushings 


Die Frames 





Vsto y2 


2 X K 


9.50 


3.50 


1.50 


.25 




1 


M " 1 


2Kx H 


15.00 


5.00 


2.00 


.35 


.30 


1^ 


K " IH 


3 xM 


13.50 


6.00 


2.50 


.45 


.40 


IM 


1 "IK 


3 xM 


13.50 


6.00 


2.50 


.45 


.40 


2 


IH "2 


4 X J^ 


20.00 


9.50 


3.50 


.60 


.50 


3 


2K " 3 


5 xl^ 


43.00 


25.00 


9.00 


1.00 


.60 


4 


2K " 3 


5 xl^ 


51.00 


33.00 


9.00 


1.00 


.60 



Nos. 2, 3, 4 have leader screw attachment. No, 4 has four anus. 
MILLER'S REVERSIBLE RATCHET STOCKS 










Fig. 3395B 










Threads 
Pipe 
Inches 


Dimensions 
of Dies 
Inches 


Price, Each 


Size 


Complete 


Stocks 
only 


Extra 
Dies 


Extra ' 
Bushings 


Extra 
Die Frames 


B 


D 

E 


Mtoi 
1 " 13^ 
IH " 2 
2J4 and 3 


2Kx H 
3 X H 

5 xlH 


15.00 
18.50 
20.00 
44.50 


7.50 
13.00 
12.50 

29.00 


1.50 
1.80 
2.50 
7.75 


.25 
.35 
.45 

.85 


.22 
.30 

.38 
.45 



Sizes C, D and E have leader screws. 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



211 



BEAVER PIPE STOCKS AND DIES 

N°- 25 ADJUSTABLE No. 26 RATCHET 




Fig. 4489D 



Fig. 4489F 



Number . 



Threads Pipe inches 

Price each 

'* Extra Dies per single set 



25 



lto2 

30 00 

3 50 



26 



lto2 

35.00 

3.50 



41 



21^ to 4 
110.00 
9.00 



61 



21^ to 6 

220.00 

14.00 



80 



43^ to 8 

300.00 

20.00 



XI. ^^^n ^^^^ working narrow receding dies and are adjustable. Nos. 25, 26 and 41 
,. .w all s]zes with one set of dies— no changing; No. 61 uses two sets, (2U, 3, 3U) and 
If' "^4^ h^^ ^ ?''->\^^' ^y^ ^1^*'^' (^^' ^' ^^ ^^^ (^r S)' Nos. 25 and 26 have universal chucks; 
Nos. 41j 61 and 80 use bushings. No. 41 has five chasers; Nos. 61 and 80 have six chasers 
No. 6 BBAVERETTE WARREN 




Fig. 4489G 
No. 6 



t^M 



BEAVERETTE DiE STOCKS 



Fig. 4489H 



Threads Pipe , . . . inches 

Price 



_ Extra Die s , Right or Left, }4, 
Two sets of wide 



}4 and %, or ^ and ^-inch. 



each 

per single set 



M,: 



15.00 
3.00 



4 -inch, to cover the two thread 
cam. Provided with a cam cen- 



non-receding chaser dies J^ to 
pitches, are held in the stock and operated by a single 
tering device. No changing and are adjustable. 

™ ^ WARREN DIE STOCKS 

^ The Warren Stocks have wide non-receding chaser dies and thread two sizes of pipe 
without clmnging_die sj_are_ajjj^^ have bushings f or each size pipe. 

Number 



Threads Pipe inches 

jl rice ,, each 

" Extra Dies, Right or Left ....'.' . .' . .per set 



120 



6.50 
1.50 



121 



7.00 
1.60 



122 



8.00 
2.00 



123 



10.00 
2.50 



Efi 



ir" 



212 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



ARMSTRONG 
ADJUSTABLE PIPE STOCKS AND DIES 



Nos. 1, 2, AND 3 



No. 2^ 





Fig. 8327A 



Fig. 8327B 











NO. 


1 








No. 


Threads 
Pipe 
Inches 


Price, Complete 
Each 


Number 
of Sets 
of Dies 
Right- 
Hand 


Number 

of Sets 

of Dies 

Right and 

Left-Hand 


Price 
Extra Dies 

Right or 
Left-Hand 

per Set 


Price 

Extra 

Bushings 

Each 


Price, Stocks 
with Screws, 
Handles and 




Right- 
Hand 


Right and 
Left-Hand 


Wrench only- 
Each 


1 


i^toH 


9.00 


14.00 


4 


8 


1.25 


. .20 


3.25 



Unless otherwise specified, this set is furnished 3^ to 3^-inch, right-hand. 

No. 2 



No. 


Threads 
Pipe 
Inches 


Price, Complete 
Each 


Number 
of Sets 
of Dies 
Right- 
Hand 


Number 

of Sets 

of Dies 

Right and 

Left-Hand 


Price 
Extra Dies 

Right or 
Left-Hand 

per Set 


Price 

Extra 

Bushinga 

Each 


Price, Stocks 
with Screws, 




Right- 
Hand 


Right and 
Left-Hand 


Wrench only 
Each 


2 
2 


Mtoi 

Vs « 1 


12.00 
14.00 


20.00 

23.00 


5 
6 


10 
12 


1.50 
1.50 


.25 
.25 


4.00 
4.00 



Unless otherwise specified, this set is furnished J^ to 1-inch, right-hand. 

NO. 2H 



No. 


Threads 
Pipe 
Inches 


Pbice, Complete 
Each 


Number 
of Sets 
of Dies 
Right- 
Hand' 


Number 

of Sets 

of Dies 

Right and 

Left-Hand 


Price 
Extra Dieo 

Right or 
Left-Hand 

per Set 


Price 

Extra 

Bushings 

Each 


Price, Stocks 
with Screws, 
Handles and 




Right- 
Hand 


Right and 
Left-Hand 


Wrench only 
Each 


W2 
W2 




12.00 

18.00 


18.00 
23.00 


*2 
t4 


4 

.'8 


3.25 
**3,25 


.40 
.40 


4.50 
4.50 



*Two sets double-end dies, 3^x3.| and IxlJ^-inch. jTwo sets double-end dies, 
J^x^ and Ixli^-inch, and two sets single-end dies, i^ and J^-inch. **Is list of double- 
end dies. Sizes, J^ or J^-inch, single-end, 2.50 per set. ' 

Unless otherwise ordered, this set is furnished 3^ to li^-inch, right-hand. 

No. 3 



No. 


Threads 
Pipe 
Inches 


Price, Complete 
Each 


Number 
of Sets 
of Dies 
Right- 
Hand 


Number 
of Sets 
of Dies 

Right and 
Left-Hand 


Price 
Extra Dies 

Right or 
Left-Hand 

per Set 


Price ' 
Extra 
Bushings 
Each 


Price, Stocks 
with Screws, 
Handles and 




Right- 
Hand 


Right and 
Left-Hand 


Wrench only 
Each 


3 
3 
3 
3 


in to 2 
1 « 2 

% " 2 
V2 " 2 


20.00 
24.00 
28.50 
33.00 


32.00 
40.00 
48.50 
57.00 


3 
4 
5 
6 


6 

8 

10 

12 


4.00 
4.00 
4.00 
4.00 


.50 
.50 
.50 
.50 


7.00 
7.00 
7.00 
7.00 



Unless otherwise ordered, this set is furnished 1 to 2-inch, right-hand. 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



213 



ARMSTRONG 
ADJUSTABLE PIPE STOCKS AND DIES 



No. 7 



No. 6 





fig. 8336A 



IMO. 6 



Fig. 8336B 



No. 


Threads 

Pipe 
Inches 


Price, Complete 
Each 


Number 
of Sets 
of Dies 
Right- 
Hand 


Number 

of Sets 

of Dies 

Right and 

Left-Hand 


Price 

Extra Dies 

Right or 

Left-Hand 

per Set 


Price 

Extra 

Bushings 

Each 


Price, Stocks 
with Screws, 
Handles and 




Right- 
Hand 


Right and 
Left-Hand 


Wrench only 
Each 


6 


21^ and 3 


40.00 


55.00 


*1 


2 


15.00 


1.00 


25.00 



*Double-end. The change from 2]/^ to 3-inch is made by simply reversing the dies 
end for end. 

Unless otherwise ordered, this set is furnished 2)4 and 3-inch, right-hand. 

NO. 7 



No. 


Threads 

Pipe 
Inches 


Price, Complete 
Each 


Number 
of Sets 
of Dies 
Right- 
Hand 


Number 

of Sets 

of Dies 

Right and 

Left-Hand 


Price 
Extra Dies 

Right or 
Left-Hand 

per Set 


Price 

Extra 

Bushings 

Each 


Price, Stocks 
with Screws, 
Handles and 




e- 


Right and 
Left-Hand 


"Wrench only 
Each 


7 
7 

7 


23^ to 4 
2)4 and 3 

W2 " 4 


60.00 
45.00 
45.00 


92.00 

60.00 
60.00 


*2 • 
1 
1 


4 

2 
2 


16.00 
16.00 
16.00 


1.50 
1.50 
1.50 


30.00 
30.00 
30.00 



*These dies are double-end and come in sets of four pieces. One set is threaded for 
23/^-inch on one end and 34nch on the opposite end, and one set is threaded for 33^-inch 
on one end and 4-inch on the other end. 

Sent 21^ to 4 inch, right hand, unless otherwise ordered. 

RATCHET ATTACHMENT 




Fig. 8336C 
Can be used either right or left by reversing pawl without removing from stock. 
With this attachment any Armstrong Stock becomes a ratchet stock and die. 



For Stock No. 


2 


W2 


3 


6 


7 


Price each 


2.50 


3.00 


3.50 


5.00 


5,00 



i 



,^imM 



214 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



OSTER BULLDOG DIE STOCKS 

RATCHET STOCK 
REGULAR STOCK ^ 





Fig. 6934A 



Fig. 6934B 



This line of stocks has a positive setting arrangement without the use of any thumb- 
screws or fricxion clamps of any kind. The dies are controlled by the lever handle on top, 
as shown in illustration. By moving this handle to the right as far as it will go, the dies 
are set and held in place while cutting. One movement of the top lever handle will open 
or close the dies. No resetting or backing off the threads. 

The tool is equipped with adjustable guides which do away with loose bushings. 
These guides are operated on a scroll and can be set for all sizes the tool will thread. 
The scroll is constructed so that the guides are held in any position without locking. The 
more pressure on the ends of the guides, the more sohd the locking arrangement. Great 
pressure on the ends of the guides only tends to lock them more firmly in position. 



Range of Sizes of Pipe, Inches 


Regular Stocks 


Ratchet STOcKa 


Extra 
Dies 

per Set 
(4 Pieces) 


One 

Set 


One 

Set 


One 

Set 


One 

Set 


No. 


Price 
Each 


No. 


Price 
Each 


Vs 
MaBd H 

1 " IM 
%" H 
M " H 

1J^''2 

1 " VA 

V/2 " 3 

lJi«2 
1^"2 

1J^«2 


Maud % 

lJi«2 
1 « IM 

2K " 3 
1^" 2 
3^" 4 
21^ '• 3 
2^ « 3 
21^ « 3 


1 " IM 




101 
102 
103 
104 

1041^ 
105 


13.00 
17.00 
22.00 
25.00 

28.00 
40 on 


102 R * 

103 R 
104R 

105R ' 

105J/^R 

107 R 

107J^R 

108 R 
108KR 


20.00 
27.00 
30.00 

3bVob 

53.00 
60.00 
63.50 
75.00 

80.00 


1 50 




1 75 




2 00 


11^ and 2 
1 " IM 




2 00 


li^an(l2 


2.00 
3 00 


2]/^ and 3 




1053^ i 43.00 
107 ! 55.00 

107 U \ 5S m 


3 00 




3 50 


31^ and 4 
3J^" 4 
3H" 4 




3 50 


41^ and 5 
41^ " 5 




.... 


5.00 
5.00 



BULLDOG DIE STOCKS, No. 82 

This tool has brand new features. The double-end dies 
Q4: and ^8-inch on one end — J^ and ^-inch on the other) 
are protected by a casing; hence teeth cannot cut user^s hands 
or be damaged when stock is thrown about. 

The dies have a stop on each side so that they cannot 
be set beyond proper place in stock. 




rt^^^^ 



Fig. 6934C 



Price, Complete, Cutting J^, %, y^ and J^ inch each 

" Extra Dies, Right or Left per set (four i)ieces) 

'' " for J^-inch Dies " « « 



13.00 
3.00 
2.00 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



215 



OSTER DIE STOCKS AND PIPE MACHINES 



MATCHLESS DIE STOCKS 

Receding dies. No loose bushings. No change 
of guides. Easy cutting dies. Protected leader 




Number 


IB 


3B 


*3BR|*4BR 


Threads Pipe. . .inches 

Weight pounds 

Price, Complete. . . each 
" Extra Dies . per set 


11 

16.00 

1.50 


1 to2 

20 
30.00 

2.00 


1 to2 2i^to4 
26 120 

35.00 80.00 
2.00 5.00 



Fig. 6955A 



*Ratchet. 



LIGHT-HAND MACHrNES 

With adjustable centering chuck. These are 
portable pipe tools. Can be used as a die stock, as 
a bench tool, or complete with tripod stand. 
Strictly a one-man outfit. 

These tools have no leader screw; the dies are 
started with a lever handle. One movement of the 
lever brings the head to position for the next cut 
without backing over the finished threads. No 
pipe vise required. 



Number 


16 


17 


Threads Pipe inches 

Shipping Weight, with Bracket .pounds 

" Tripod.. " 
Sets of Dies 


2^ to 4 

290 

370 

1 

110.00 

125.00 

4.00 


2Kto6 

420 

530 

4 


Price, with Bench bracket each 

" Tripod " 

" Extra Dies per set of four pieces 


185.00 

200.00 

5.00 




Kos. 204 AND 206 




Fig. 6955B 



HAND MACHINES 

The dies in these machines are self-locking with 
one movement of the setting handle. Throw it one 
way and the pipe is released; throw it the other way 
and the dies are set to same size. The dies thread 
two sizes without change. Vise is self-centering and 
straight threads are assured. Gears are all machine 
cut and entirely protected from chips or accidents. 



Number 


*201 


204 


206 


Threads and Cuts off Pipe inches 

Sets of Dies 

Price, with Tripod and Pan each 

Deduct for Tripod « 

" Oil Pan ...... . « 

Extra Dies, R. or L., per set of four pieces 


Mto2 

4 

70.00 

7.00 

3.00 

3.00 


lto4 

4 
150.00 

10.00 
4.00 
4.00 


lto6 

6 
250.00 

25.00 
6.00 
5.00 



Fig. e955C 



*No. 201 does not have a cutting-off attachment. 



216 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



TOLEDO 
ADJUSTABLE PIPE THREADING DEVICES 



No. 1 



No. 



ooo 




Fig. 5714A 



Fig. 5714B 



No. is a popular little tool. It cuts J/2 and J^-inch threads with one set of dies: 
3^ and ^8 inch threads with another set, and 1%-mch. threads with another set. It 
differs from other tools of the same capacity in that it uses the receding-die principle 
for threading ^ and 3^-inch pipe, thus making it an easy operating tool. It is very 
light and compact, being only 24 inches long from tip to tip of the handles. 

No. 1 is, and has been for a number of years, a very popular threading device- 
It threads 1, l^^, IJ^ and 2-inch pipe. It is perfectly easy for one. man to cut 2-inch 
threads with same. It is made both as a right-hand and a left-hand tool— neither w^ill 
do both. Right-hand furnished unless otherwise specified. 



WITH RATCHET 



No. l^jR 





No. lA l^^^i^V*' 

iiiiiiiiirr IlilJmt %iWiT lilllii -I If Ililir- III, "■ ^ ^S ' 

V ' ■ ' 

Fig. 5714C Fig. 5714D ' "^ 

No. \K is in every essential like the No. 1, except that it is equipped with a ratchet. 
It may be used with two handles as an ordinary die stock, or with one handle inserted 
in the ratchet case. It is desirable for threading, pipe down a trench, or against walls, 
between rafters, etc. It is an easy operating tool. It is made both as a right-hand 
and a left-hand tool — neither will do both. Right-hand furnished unless otherwise 
specified. 

No. IJ^R is offered for those who do not require to thread pipe larger^han 3-ineh, 
and who do not want to invest as much money as the Toledo No. 2 costs. Its capacity 
is limited to two sizes of standard pipe, viz., 2^^ and 3-inch of 8 thread. It is direct- 
acting and, therefore, does not operate as easily as the No. 2 tool, which is geared. Nev- 
ertheless, the man who has only been accustomed to the older wide-die tools may be 
astonished at the ease with which this tool will thread pipe. Can also be furnished 
with a capacity of 2, 2i^ and 3-inch threads, of llj/^ thread for drive well pipe, when so 
ordered, at same price. " 

Number 1 lA IJ^R 

Threads Pipe inches J^ to 3^ 1 to 2 1 to 2 2>^, 3 

Number of Sets of Dies to Stock '^ 4 4 *2 

Price, Complete each 16.00 24.00 30.00 50.00 

" Dies, per Set of Pour Segments 2.50 2.50 2.50 4.00 

*For 8-thread tool. When furnished llj^-thread there are three sets. 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



217 



TOLEDO GEARED 
ADJUSTABLE PIPE THREADING DEVICES 



NO. 2 

This tool is light, compact and very easy in 
operation. It can be operated witiiout great effort. 
Neither is the ease of operation obtained at the 
expense of sjieed. 

The factory claims that a 4-inch thread may be 
completed in 10 minutes without undu& effort, and 
that a 4-inch thread has been cut in 6 minutes, 

Complete with dies, ratchet and driving cross. 




li 



Fig. 6049A 




Tig. 6049B 



NO. 3 

The factory also claims that one man can readily 
cut an 8-inch thread with the No. 3 machine, and the 
ease of operation is not obtained at the expense of 
speed. 

Its net weight is 155 pounds. With clearance in 
other directions it may be operated on a pipe, the 
center of which is within 10 inches of a wall or other 
obstruction. 

It is light, compact and easy in operation. Com- 
plete with dies, ratchet and driving cross. 



NO. 4 

This tool will be appreciated by the en- 
gineers of large power plants, superintendents 
of pipe lines, and in all fields where it is desir- 
able and necessary occasionally to cut threads 
on large size pipe. 

It may be put on a pipe in a line, or well, 
any place, in fact, and the work easily accom- 
plished. 

It takes two men to put the tool on the 
pipe, but after it is on, one man can do the 
work of cutting the thread. Complete with 
dies, ratchet and driving cross. 




Fig. 604:9C 



Number 2 3 4 

Threads Pipe inches '2^ to 4 4i^ to 8 9, 10, 12 

Net Weight pounds 60 155 225 

Number of Sets of Dies to Stock 4 5 3 

Price, Complete .each 100.00 300.00 500.00 

" Extra Dies, per Set of Five Segments 8.00 12.00 20.00 



;t - 

1:1, 



218 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



ADJUSTABLE 



No. 10 



TOLEDO 
PIPE THREADING 

NOS. 10 AND 10A 



DEVICES 




Fig. 5702A 



These devices are offered for those who desire tools 
that are entirely self-contained, threading the entire range 
of sizes with one set of dies. While this is not the best 
practice from a mechanical standpoint, yet these tools 
have the very desirable quality of being very simple. 
There is no cam die-shifting mechanism, nor other 
intricate parts. 

No. lOA RATCHET 




The dies are easily and 
positively set for any given size. 
The same die-receding principle 
that has made the Toledo No. 1 
model such a desirable tool, is 
utilized, and it threads pipe 
with very little effort. Fig. 5702B 

The No. lOA is identical with the No. 10, except that it has a ratchet attachment. 

NO, 25 

^^/ &t J||H|I This model differs from other Toledo 

."^S^^^ Tools of similar capacity in that it is con- 

^^" structed to utilize but one set of dies for 

threading the entire range of sizes 

(seven). The adjustment of the dies is 

ij^vi^"-'-^...^^^ not- accomplished by the use of a cam 

plate, and the weakness of that form of 
construction has therefore Jbeen elimi- 
nated. Two sets of dies are furnished 
with this model so that when one set is 
(^/ , dull and needs grinding, another set will 

Fig. 5702C be in hand to take its place.* 

Number 10 lOA 25 

Threads Pipe inches 1 to 2 1 to 2 23^ to 6 

Net Weight pounds 16}^ 22 125 

Price each 28.00 34.00 *230.00 

" Extra Dies per set 2.75 2.75 8.00 

♦Complete, with dies, ratchet and driving cross. 




CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



219 



PUMP ROD STOCKS AND DIES, ETC. 

LITTLE GIANT PUMP ROD STOCKS AND DIES 




Fig. 6423A 



Price, No. 250 Double Stock, with Two Dies ^i^ and ^-^^^K 

" 251 Single " *' One Die ^^^ 

" 252 " " " " " f,i^ 

" 253 " " " " " 3^'2 



. each 



3.35 

1.80 
1.85 
2.20 



PARTS FOR^PUMP ROD STOCKS 



No. 250 Stock. . . .each 
" 251 " . . .- " 

" 252 " :.. " 



.85 
.55 
.60 



No. 253 Stock.. each 
J^-inch Die " 

? (( a it 



.70 
1.25 
1.25 



3/2"iiich Oi© each 

Guides " 

Wedge for Double Stock " 



LITTLE GIANT SPIRAL FLUTE BURRING REAMERS 

No. 2 No. 3 No. 4 






1.50 
.20 
.15 





Fig. 6423B 


Bg. 6423 C 




Fig. 6423D 






Total 


Length 


Size 


Size at 




Capacity 


Price 


Number 


Length 


of Flute 


at Point 


Large End 


Style of Shank 


Pipe 


Each 




Inches 


Inches 


Inches 


Inches 




Inches 




1 


3 


1 


A 


M 


Bit Brace 


3^ to 34 


1.00 


2 


m 


1t% 


i^ 


1^ 


a u 


^"1 


1.25 


2H 


4i% 


2A 


A 


IM 


a a 


3i"iM 


1.50 


3 


m 


h\ 


A 




y^ Round 


H"l 


1.25 


3^ 


4A 


2A 


-5- 


IM 


14 " 


M "IM 


1.50 


4 


5M 


2^ 


— 


2* 


Bit Brace 


1 "2 


3.00 


5 


4M 


2Ji 


"S 


2A 


"f Handle 20 in. long 


1 "2 


3.50 


6 


5^ 


3A 


A 


2^ 


u a ^;() u a 


^"2 


4.00 



Please order by number. 

The above are furnished with spiral fiutes, which prevent chattering. 

MUELLER BIT BRACE PI PE END REAM ERS 

(Patented) 
For 114-inch Pipe and Smaller 




Fig. 6423E 



Price, Complete 


.each 


2.50 


Frame only . . . 


" 


1.60 


" Blades (Three). 


" 


.85 


" Rivets " . 


" 


.05 



220 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



•: J 



PIPE TAPS, REAMERS, ETC. 



PIPE TAP 



PIPE REAMER 




Diameter 


.... inches 


Vh 


H 


Vh 


^2 


H 


1 


114 


Price, Taps or Reamers 


each 


1.12 


1.25 


1.50 


1.87 


2.50 


3.12 


3.75 


Diameter 


inches 


iy2 


2 


2^ 


3 


3H 


4 


.... 


Price, Taps or Reamers 


each 


4.62 


6.25 


10.50 


15.00 


22.00 


33.00 


.... 



COMBINED DRILL. REAMER AND TAP 



FLAT DRILL 




Fig 


3606C 

COMBINED 


DRII 


Tig. 3606D 

LL, REAMER AND TAR 






Diameter . 


inches 


y?, 


H 


1 IH 


w?. 


2 


Price 


each 


3.00 


4.50 


6.00 7.25 


8.50 


10.75 


FLAT AND PIPE DRILLS 


Size 


inches 


Vs 


H 


Vs 


y2 


Vs 


H 


ys 


1 


Price, Flat Drills . 
« Pipe « . 


each 


.40 
.65 


.40 
.65 


.40 
.70 


.40 
.75 


.40 


.45 

.80 


.45 


.45 

.85 


Size 


inches 


Ws 


IK 


IH 


13^ 


m 


2 


2H 


3 


Price, Flat Drills . . 
« Pipe " . 


each 


.50 


.55 

.90 


.60 


.65 
1.00 


,75 


.90 
1,15 


1.00 
1.35 





ADJUSTABLE TAP WRENCHES 






Fig. 36a6E . 








Length 


inches 


403^ 1 


56 


74 


Holds Pipe Taps 

Price 


inches 

• . ■ each 


3^ to IK 
7.00 


lto2 
15.00" 


2 to 4 
25.00 



MUELLER PIPE END REAMERS 



PLAIN 




(Patented) 



WITH RATCHET 



Price, Plain, Large each 

" with Ratchet, Small, Jg to I34 " 

Large, J^ to 3 " 




6.00 
5.00 
7.50 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



221 



PLIERS 




"UNIVERSAL" 
NOS. 700 AND 701 




Fig. 3019A 



Fig. 3019B 





FLAT NOSE, 


No. 


642 








Size 






inches 


4 


5 


6 


Price 







per dozen | 


.85 


1.00 


1.45 





"UNIVERSAL" 










Size r 


. , inches 


5H 


6 


7 


8 


Price, No. 700, Polished Jaws. . . . 
« 701, Full Polished 


per dozen 

a 


4.50 

4.80 


5.50 
7.40 


6.50 
8.20 


7.50 
9.30 



COMBINATION 

Gas Pliers, Wire Cutters, Wrench and Screwdriver Combined 





Fig. 3019C 



Fig. 3019D 



Length inches 

Price, Black ^ per dozen 

" Nickel-plated . .' " 



13.50 
15.00 



8 i 10 I 14 



16.00 18.00 24.00 
18.00 21.00 30.00 




GAS 



Fig. 3019F 





SIDE CUTTING, 


No. 


16 








Size. 






inches 


4 


5 


6 






Price 






. . per dozen 


2.40 


2.80 


3.30 



GAS 



Size inches 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


Price, No. 325, Black . .per doz. 
« 325, FiQishfd.. " 
" 326, Polished.. " 
« 327 « ;_ « 


8*66 


9!66 


10.00 


12.00 
15.00 


14.00 

17.00 


15.00 

18.00 


16.00 
19.00 


18. CO 
21.00 


21.00 
24.00 


24.00 
27.00 



I 



222 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



PIPE CUTTERS 




GENUINE BARNES 



=5 ^^^ 



SAUNDERS 



Figr. 8397A esp ^-.^ii^.^^pi- p.g ggg^g 

GENUINE BARNES 
Best material used throughout. Cutter wheels drop-forged from high grade tool steel. 



Number 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


W2 


7 


Cuts Pipe . . . inches 


i^tol 


3^ to 2 


11^ to 3 


23^ to 4 
20.00 


4 to 6 


6 to 8 


8 to 10 


9 to 12 


Price each 


4.50 


6.00 


10.00 


30.00 


40.00 


45.00 


50.00 


" Ex. Wheels.... " 


.25 


.30 


,40 


.50 


.75 


.75 


.75 


.75 


" " Wheel Pins, per doz. 


1.00 


1.00 


1.00 


2.00 


2.00 


2.00 


2.00 


2.00 


" « Hooks... each 


1.75 


2.60 


4.55 


9.50 


13.75 


20.00 


23.00 


25.00 


" " Slides... " 


,75 


1.00 


2.00 


4.50 


7.00 


8.50 


9.50 


11.25 


" " Nuts.... " 


.25 


.25 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


" " Handles. " 


1.00 


1.25 


2.25 


4.50 


7.00 


9.25 


10.25 


11.50 



*Nut and hook in one piece in these sizes. 

SAUNDERS 
All wearing surfaces are of the best tool steel and hardened, namely the rollers, pins 
and wheels. 



Number 


1 


2 


3 • 


4 


5 


Cuts Pipe 

Price 


inches 
. each 


3^ tol 

3.00 

.24 

1.25 

.24 

.10 


1 to 2 

4.50 

.32 

1.75 

.32 

.10 


2 to 3 

11.00 

.60 

2.75 

.50 

.15 


23^ to 4 

18.00 

,60 

3.50 

.50 

,15 


4 to 6 

28.00 

,60 

4.00 

.60 

.15 


" Extra Wheels 


" Block and Wheel 

" Rollers 

" Pins 


:: " 




Fig, 8397C 



'TRIMO" 

No thread in the frame or roll block to 
wear out. A small casehardened nut adjusts 
the handle screw, and is easily and cheaply 
replaced when worn, making one of the most 
economical pipe cutters on the market. 
Converted into a three-wheel cutter by simply 
substituting two wheels for the two rolls. 



Number 



Cuts Pipe ..inches 

Price 




Extra Wheels ...... 

" Rolls 

" Nuts 

" Handle only 



Fig, 8397D 
Leaves no burr to ream out, or file off, and makes a square pipe end on which 
threading dies start easier, last longer and run straight. Will not split the pipe. 



Cuts Pipe inches 



Price, Complete 

" Extra Knives 



. , . each 
, per set 



H to 1 



18.00 
1.20 



34 to 2 



20.00 
1.50 



23^ to 4 
90.00 ■ 
2.50 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



223 



PIPE CUTTERS AND CENTER FINDERS 



I 



•'VOSPER'' PIPE CUTTERS 

It cuts the pipe off true and with a straight 
edge, instead of pressing it apart, as does a wheel 
cutter. It is quick and positive. The cutting 
knives may be reground many times, thus mak- 
ing it possible to keep the tool in good working 
order with very little cost. 

Full details upon application. 




Fig. 6606A 



Cuts Pipe . 
Price 



. inches 
. , .each 



J^to2 
16.00 




Fig. 6606B 



NO. 250 TOLEDO RATCHET PIPE CUTTERS 

The Toledo Pipe Cutter is adapted for cutting pipe 
from 2J-2 to 6 inches in diameter. We offer the Toledo, 
a machine for hand operation that will readily cut off 
pipe. It is a very compact machine, taking up but 
little space on the pipe. 

The cutting is done by four knives which are auto- 
matically fed by star feed. Two of these knives are 
beveled across the cutting edge and cut a "V" shaped 
groove on the pipe; the other two knives are square and 
follow in the "V" shaped cut, making a square cut. 

This cutter is especially adapted for cutting extra 
heavy and hydraulic pipe. It will cut a section from 
end of pipe as short as J^ of an inch. 



Price, Cutting 2^4 to 6-inch Pipe 

Price is for complete cutter with ratchet handle. 



.each 80.00 



TOLEDO CENTER FINDERS 

The Toledo Center Finder is a device for making 
that square more efficient. It will readily determine the 
center measurement of all such fittings as elbows, tees, 
crosses (straight and reducing sizes, screwed or flanged) 
and covers a range of sizes from 1 to 6 inches. 

It is a device that the trades have for a long time 
been in need of, and w^ill be found to be of value in all 
places w^here pipe fittings are used. The device is simple 
yet efficient. It is made from a fine quality of steel, the 
faces being ground true, and is so manufactured that 
it may be used on any steel carpenter's square with 
accurate results. 

Price 




224 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



PIPE WRENCHES 




STEEL HANDLE 



Fig. 9007A 
WOOD HANDLE 

■3 



'TRIMO' 



JAW 



FRAME 




Fig. 9007C Fig. 9007D 

NUT WITH 
INSERTED NUT GUARDS 

JAW .^i^ . INSERTED 



Fig. 9007B 



JAW ^^ INSERTED gFRING 

Fig. 9007E Fig. 9007F Fig. 9007G- Fig. 9007H 



Length, Open inches 


6 


8 


10 


. 14 


18 


24 


36 


48 


Takes Pipe inches 


Vs to 1/2 


'A to H 


y^toi 


M to 134 


Mto2 


>ito2>i 


3^ to 314 


lto5 


Price, Wrench each 


2.00 


2.00 


2.25 


3.00 


4.00 


6.00 


12.00 


18.00 


" Movable Jaws. " 


.75 


.75 


.80 


1.00 


1.33 


2.10 


4.75 


7.25 


« Inserted " . " 


.35 


.35 


.45 


.55 


.65 


.75 


1.05 


1.35 


« Frames " 


.35 


.35 


.40 


.50 


.55 


.80 


1.30 


1.50 


« Nuts " 


.11 


.11 


.14 


.17 


.22 


• .35 


.55 


.95 


« Springs " 


.03 


.03 


.03 


.03 


.04 


.04 


.04 


.04 


« Frame Pins... " 


.03 


.03 


.04 


.04 


.04 


.04 


.05 


.05 


« Jaw Pins " 


.03 


.03 


.04 


.04 


.04 


.04 


.05 


.05 


Weight, Wrench, each . .pounds 


J4 


M 


ni 


3 


5 


sVi 


16M 


24 



"Trimo" Narrow Jaw Wrench with wood handle made in 6, 8 and 10-inch sizes only. 



STILLSON 



WRENCH 




^. 



JAW 



FRAME 



Fig. 9007J 



SoUd steel bar handle and lower jaw — no 
pin to come loose or strip. All parts inter- 
changeable. Made with wood handle in 6 to 
14-inch sizes, but 10-inch and larj^er wrenches- 
will be sent with steel handle unless otherwise 
specified. 



Fig. 9007K 



HANDLE 



Fig. 9007M 



Fig. 9007L 



NUT 



Fig. 9007N 



Length, Open inches 


6 


8 


10 


14 


18 


24 


36 

3^ to 334 


48 


Takes Pipe inches 


Vs to 1/2 


}4 to H 


Vg to 1 


34 to 13/2 


Mto2 


34to2>^ 


1 to 5 


Price, Wrench each 

" Jaws " 


2.00 
.75 


2.00 
.75 


2.25 

.80 


3.00 

1.00 


4.00 
1.33 


6.00 
2.10 


12.00 
4.75 


18.00 
7.25 


" Frames " 


.35 


.35 


.40 


.50 


.55 


.80 


, 1.30 


1.50 


" AdjustingNuts .... " 
« Wood Handles. " 


.15 

.16 


.15 
.16 


.20 
.18 


.20 
.25 


.22 
.25 


.35 


.55 


.95 

. . . 


« End Nuts " 


.15 


.15 


.20 


.20 


.20 








« Frame Pins... " 


.03 


.03 


.04 


.04 


.04 


.04 


.05 


.05 


« Spring Bivets. " 
" Springs " 

Ko. of Springs to each WroiK^h .... 


.01 


.01 


.02 


.02 


.02 


.02 


.02 


.02 


.10 
1 


.10 

1 


.10 
3 


.10 
3 


.10 
3 


.11 
3 


.13 

1 


.13 
1 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



225 



No. 1 



WRENCHES 

ALLIGATOR WRENCHES 

Nos. 2, 3 AND i 




Fig. 7503A 








Fig. 7503B 




Number .^ 


Pocket 


No.l 


No. 2 


No. 3 


No. 4 


No. 5 


Twin 


Length inches 

Holds Pipe.... « 
" Round Iron. « 
Price per dozen 


4 

H toM 

3.00 


5M 

3^ to 3^ 

4.00 


9 
M toJi 

12.00 


16 
K tolM 

24.00 


22 
lMto2 

36.00 


27 

2 to 3 

60.00 


10 

3^ to 3^ 

M " 1 

18.00 



GOES' "KNIFE-HANDLE" WRENCHES 




Fig. 75030 



Size inches 

Price, Black. per dozen 

" Bright 



9.00 
11.50 



10.00 
12.50 



10 



12.00 
15.00 



12 



14.00 
19.00 



15 



24.00 

30.00 



18 



30.00 
36.00 



21 



36.00 
42.00 



WARNOCK SINGLE STRAP VISE 



WARNOCK FIFE WRENCH 




Fig. 7503D 

Fig. 7503E 

WARNOCK PIPE WRENCHES 



Length inches 



12 



18 



Takes Pipe inches 

Price, Complete each 

'' Extra Straps . . . . .... .^_. '' 



3^ to 2 

1.50 

.25 



lto5 

2.50 

.50 



WARNOCK SINGLE STRAP VISES 

This quick acting vise for smooth pipe has the linen grip and positively cannot 
mar the pipe. 



Price 

"Straps. 



each 



4.00 
.50 



226 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



I 



CHAIN TONGS 

VULCAN CHAIN TONGS 




IMPROVED PATTERN 
FLAT LINK CHAIN 



OLD STYLE 
FLAT LINK CHAIN 



Fig. 4570A 



Fig. 4570B 




30 



10 



_31 
11 



32 



12 



Number, Improved Pattern ..... 

Numb er, Old Style 

Length inches 

Takes Pipe " 

Price, with Flat Link Chain . . . ea. 

" Cable Chain « 

" Extra Flat Link Chains. " 

" Cable Chains " 

" " Jaws per pair 

IDEAL JA^S IDEAL CHAIN TONGS 



13M 

VstoH 

2.50 

2.50 

.75 

.75 

1.00 



20 

3^tol| 
3.50 
3.50 
1.00 
1.00 
1.75 



27 
Mto2i 
5.00 
5.00 
1 . 50 
1.50 
2.75 



33 



13 



37 

^to4 

7.00 

7.00 

2.50 

2.50 

4.00 



33J^ 



13H 



4414 
lto6 
9.00 
9.00 
3.50 
3.50 
4.75 



34 



_14_ 

503^ 

l^to8 

11.00 

11.00 

4.50 

4.50 

5.50 



35 



15 



64K 

2 to 12 

18.00 

18.00 

7.50 

7.50 

7.50 



16 



^ 87 

4 to 18 

40.00 

40.00 

20.00 

20.00 

16.00 




Fig. 4570C 




Fig. 4570D 



Number . 



Capacity Size, Pipe inches 

" " Fittings " 

Length of Wrench " 

Weight " " pounds 

Size and Length of Cable Chain inches 

« " " _« Flat Link Chain.... " 

PricBj Wrench with Cable Chain . each 

« " " Flat Link Chain...... " 

" Jaws, Complete with Bolts and Pins . " 

« « Right or Left " 

« Bolts « 

« Pins (Vanadium Steel) " 

" Cable Chain (Norway Iron) " 

" Flat Link Chain « 

« Handle " 



|to3| 
I " 3 

27 

10 

3/8x20 

5l6x23 
6.00 
6.90 
3.50 
1.63 
.20 
.15 
. .95 
2.00 
2.10 



lto5 
1 " 4 

38 

18 
i|x30 
^x30 
8.00 
9.20 
5.00 
2.25 

.25 

.20 
1.20 
3.00 
3.25 



2 to 8 

2 " 6 

49 

28 

3^x35 

UlfiX37 

11.00 

12.65 

6.50 

2.93 

.30 

.25 

1.70 

4.00 

4.75 



*5A 



2itol2 2itol6 
2|"10 2i"12 



61 
50 

JfxSO 

!^t.5x53 

16.00 

18.40 

8.25 

3*75 

' .35 

.30 

3.00 

6.00 

6.90 



61 
53 

Mx62 

18.00 

8.25 

3.75 

.35 

.30 

5.00 

is'. 90 



*5B 



2ito20 
^ " 14 

61 

57 
ifx74 

20.0*0 

8.25 

3.75 

.35 

.30 

7:00 

6.*90 



The two-faced jaws shown above grip pipe, beads on fittings, valves, flanges, shafting, 
bars and odd castings of all kinds. *Same as No. 5, with extra long chain. 

COMMON CHAIN TONGS 




Fig. 4570E 



Number 

Takes Pipe inches 

Length of Lever feet 

Average Weight pounds 

Price each 



lto2 

7 
5.50 



134 to 4 
3 

12 
6.25 



2 to 6 

4 

24 
9.00 



23^ to 8 

5 

33 

12.50 



6 



4 to 10 
6 
50 

16.00 



4 to 16 

7 

100 

30.00 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



227 



LATCH PATTERN 



PIPE VISES 

MARK MALLEABLE IRON VISES 

KIT PIPE VISE 






Fig. 5290C 



Attachment, patent 
applied for. Detached 
instantly without tools. 
The clamp simply 
hooks on. 



Fig. 5290A 



Fig. 5290B 



LATCH PATTERN VISES 








Number 


1 


2 


3 






Holds Pipe inches 

Price, Complete each 

" Extra Jaws per Set of Three 


^to23^ 
10.00 
1.00 


Mto3K 

14.00 

1.50 


3^to4K 

20.00 

2.25 



KIT PIPE VISES 

This vise meets the demand for a vise small enough to be readily carried, easily 
attached to a bench,, and yet of sufficient strength and capacity to be truly serviceable. 
It is particularly handy for threading pump rod in the field, as it can be attached in a 
few seconds to the tailboard of a wagon. 



1|i 



Number 

Capacity inches 

Price, with Attachment each 

" without Attachment " 







1 



i^to2 

10 00 

8.00 



^to23^ 
12.00 
10.00 




VANDERMAN PIPE BENDING FORMS 

For Straightening and Bending Pipe 

This form makes a handy and indispensable fixture for a 
pipe bench. There is nothing about it to get out of order, 
and it will last a lifetime. In making bends in light tubes 
or nickel-plated pipe a piece of sheet lead or leather placed 
on form and eyebolt will prevent any finished work from 
being marred. 



Fig. 52 SOD 








Number 


1 


2 


Takes Pipe 


- , . - . inches 


>^toiM 

3.50 


1 to 2 


Price 


each 


4.50 



228 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



VISES 



SMITH PATTERN COMBINATION VISE 




PARKER COMBINATION 
STATIONARY BOTTOM 




Fig. 5291A '«#' Fig. 5291B 

SMITH PATTERN COMBINATION VISES 



Number 


1 


2 


3 






Holds Pipe 

Weight 

Price 


inches 

pounds 

eanh 


Hto2 

47 
16.00 


}4toS 

70 
20 00 


Mto4 
100 

28.00 








PARKER COMBINATION VISES 


Style 




Stationary Bottom 


Swivel. Bottom 


Numbe., 


88^ 


893^ 


87 


88 


28834 


Width of Jaw 

Takes Pipe 


inches 

« 


m 

4 and uoder 
28.00 


5^ 

6 and under 

35.00 


2 and under 
16.00 


43^ 

3 and under 

20.00 


4M 

4 and under 


Price 


each 


28.00 



HEAVY BENCH AND PIPE VISE 




"VULCAN" CHAIN PIPE VISE 



mmi:fmn 




Fig. 5291 C 



Fig. 52910 





HEAVY BENCH AND PIPE VISES 






Width of Jaw 




_ -innhf^R 


5 






Takes Pipe 




. . . inches 


3^ to 6 

18.00 


Price 




. ftn ch 






*'VULCAN" CHAIN PIPE VISES 


Number 


1 


2 


4 


Holds Pipe 

Price, Complete .... 
" Extra Jaws . . 


inches 

each 

per pair 


>^to2 
3.50 
1.20 
1.10 


i^to4 
6.50 
2.75 
1.75 


^to8 

18.00 

7 50 


" Chains 


with Screw each 


4.75 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 229 



IMICO SECTIONAL HEATING BOILERS 

CONSTRUCTION 

The Imico Heating Boilers are made of vertical cast iron sections con- 
nected to cast iron headers by extra heavy wrought iron nipples, all screw 
joints being'readily accessible and connected outside the fire. The heating 
engineer will appreciate one point peculiar to the Imico Boiler, namely: 
That care is taken by means of special machinery to secure perfect ahgnment 
— a feature not possessed by other screw connection boilers. 

CIRCULATION 

The Imico Heating Boilers are so constructed that the circulation is 
absolutely perfect; the waterways being vertically inclined and fire surfaces 
being horizontal, insure at all times good results and quick separation of 
steam from water. Another feature of construction inducing perfect circula- 
tion is the fact that each section has independent positive internal circulation. 

HEATING SURFACE 

Each Imico Heating Boiler is provided with a sufficiency of grate surface, 
together with the proper proportion of prime heating surface to utilize the 
products of combustion, and for this reason we claim that this boiler is a small 
coal consumer in proportion to results obtained. This boiler practically 
possesses all the merits of water tube construction, with better results as to 
circulation. 

FUEL 

The Imico Heating Boilers are adapted for burning anthracite coal, 
bituminous coal, coke or wood, and as there are no inaccessible surfaces to 
clog up, any kind of fuel may be used successfully. 

GRATE FIXTURES 

The Imico Heating Boiler has a rocking grate, shaken by a lever, which 
does not require dumping to clear out clinkers, as ashes and clinkers are 
ground up by the rocking action of the grate. The grates of all except the 
smaller sizes are shaken by two sets of levers, each set controlling one half 
of the grate surface. All grate fixtures are made of malleable iron, excepting 
the grate bars; namely, the handle, shaking bar, lever, toggle and bracket 
are made of malleable iron and the bars proper of gray iron. 

CLEANLINESS 

An important factor in all heating boilers is accessibifity of flue surface 
in order that same may be kept clean. In the Imico Heating Boilers, the 
last section can be cleaned from the back and all other sections are easily 
reached through the front cleanout doors. 

SPECIAL NOTICE— RATINGS 

The trade will note that in computing the ratings of the Imico Heating 
Boilers, the combined experience of many practical heating engineers has 
been followed, and a standard which is so conservative has been adopted, 
that the erecting engineer will find that each size of the Imico Heating Boiler 
will carry the radiation stated, provided that normal conditions obtain re- 
garding exposure, installation, etc., etc. 



f^ 



li 



230 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



IMICO SECTIONAL WATER BOILERS 

400 SERIES 




Fig. 7511A 



Number 


Number 

of 
Sections 


Length 
Inches 


Rase 
Inches 


Grate 
Inches 


Tapped 

for Flow 

and Return 

Inches 


Direct 

Radiation 

Square 

Feet 


Price 
Each 


395 


5 


50 


33x33 


24x27 


2 3 


1500 


360.00 


400 


6 


57 


33x40 


24x34 


2—3 


1825 


420.00 


405 


7 


63 


33x46 


24x40 


2—4 


2150 


480.00 


410 


8 


69 


33x52 


24x46 


2—4 


2525 


545.00 


415 


9 


75 


33x58 


24x52 


2 4 


2875 


610.00 


420 


10 


82 


33x65 


24x59 


2—4 


3250- 


680.00 



Prices include necessary fire tools. 

Ratings are gross, and it is understood that all piping^ mains and risers §hall be figured 
as radiating surface. 

The ratings on Imico Water Boilers are based on the assumption that the mean tem- 
perature of the water at the boiler be 180° Fahr. 

When soft coal is used as fuel, it will be found advisable to install a boiler one size larger 
than that figured for hard coaL 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



231 



IMICO SECTIONAL STEAM BOILERS 

500 SERIES 




Fig. 8958A 



Number 


Number 

of 
Sections 


Ijcngth 
Inches 


Base 
Inches 


Grate 
Imhes 


Tapped 

for Flow 

and Return 

Inches 


Direct 

Radiation 

Square 

Feet 


Price 
Each 


495 


5 


50 


33x33 


24x27 


2-3 


900 


370.00 


500 


6 


57 


33x40 


24x34 


2—3 


1100 


430.00 


505 


7 


63 


33x46 


24x40 


2—4 


1300 


490.00 


510 


8 


69 


33x52 


24x46 


2—4 


1525 


555.00 


515 


9 


75 


33x58 


24x52 


2—4 


1750 


620.00 


520 


10 


82 


33x65 


24x59 


2—4 


1975 


690.00 



Prices include necessary trimmings and fire tools. 

Ratings are gross, and it is understood that all piping, mains and risers shall be figured 
as radiating surface. 

The ratings on Imico Steam Boilers are based on the assumption that an average pres- 
sure of 2 pounds be maintained at the boiler. 

When soft coal is used as fuel, it will be found advisable to install a boiler one size larger 
than that figured for hard coal. 



232 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



IMICO SECTIONAL WATER BOILERS 

600 SERIES 



WMm r"*MiiiiEii/||| iMie{ 



\VltCo^ 









Fig. 77 50 A 








Number 


Number 
of 


Base 


Grate 


Tapped 
for Flow 


Direct 
Radiation 


Price 




Sections 


Inches 


Inches 


and Return 
Inches 


Square 
; Feet 


Each 


600 


7 


44x45 


36x40 


2—4 


1 3650 


740 00 


605 


8 


44x51 


36x46 


3—4 


4300 


820 00 


610 


9 


44x57 


36x52 


2—5 


4950 


905 00 


615 


10 


44x64 


36x59 


2—5 


5600- 


990 00 


620 


11 


44x70 


36x65 


2—6 


6250 


1075 00 


625 


12 


44x76 


36x65 


- 2—6 


6900 


1160.00 


630 


13 


44x83 


36x65 


2—6 


7550 


1245 00 


635 


14 


44x89 


36x65 


2-6 , 


8200 


1330.00 



Prices include necessary fire tools. 

Ratings are gross, and it is understood that all piping, mains and risers shall be figured 
as radiating surface. 

The ratings on Imico Water Boilers are based on the assumption that the mean tem- 
perature of the water at the boiler be 180° Fahr. 

/ 

When soft coal is used as fuel, it will be found advisable to install a boiler one size 
larger than that figured for hard coal. 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



233 



IMICO SECTIONAL STEAM BOILERS 

700 SERIES 




Fig. 10563A 





Number 

of 
Sections 


Base 


Grate 


Tapped 
for Flow 


Tapped 
for Return 


Direct 
Radiation 


Price 


Number 


Inches 


Inches 


Inches 


Inches 


Square 
Feet 


Each 


700 


7 


44x45 


36x40 


2—4 


2-4 


2200 


760.00 


705 


8 


44x51 


36x46 


3 4 


4—4 


2600 


840.00 


710 


9 


44x57 


36x52 


2—5 


4—4 


3000 


925.00 


715 


10 


44x64 


36x59 


2—5 


4—4 


3400 


1010.00 


720 


11 


44x70 


36x65 


2—6 


4 4 


3800 


1095.00 


725 


12 


44x76 


36x65 


2—6 


4—4 


4200 


1180.00 


730 


13 


44x83 


36x65 


2—6 


4—5 


4600 


1265.00 


735 


14 


44x89 


36x65 


2—6 


4-5 


5000 


1350.00 



Prices include necessary trimmings and fire tools. 

Ratings are gross, and it is understood that all piping, mains and risers shall be figured 
as radiating surface. 

The ratings on Imico Steam Boilers are based on the assumption that an average pres- 
sure of 2 pounds be maintained at the boiler. 

When soft coal is used as fuel, it will be found advisable to install a boiler one size, 
larger than that figured for hard coal. 



234 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



'!■; 



IMICO SECTIONAL BOILERS 

DIMENSIONS AND MEASUREMENTS OF 400 AND 500 SERIES 



Number of Water Boiler 




Number of Steam Boiler 





Number of Sections . . 

Length " " only inches 

" including Smoke Box " 

Width of Sections " 

" Center to Center of Return Headers. ....... " 

' Height to Flow Pipe Openings " 

" " Top of Sections " 

" " Return Pipe Openings " 

" of Base " 

" to Smoke Pipe Opening " 

" of Water Line « 

Diameter of Smoke Pipe " 

Dimensions of Base " 

" Grate " 

« « Yire Door Opening " 

Front of Boiler to Center of First Flow Pipe Opening " 

Center to Center of Flow Pipe Openings " 

Front of Boiler to Center of Return Pipe Openings . " 

Flow Pipe Openings " 

Return Pipe Openings " 



Number of Water Boiler . 



Number of Steam Boiler . 



Number of Sections 

Length " " only inches 

" including Smoke Box " 

Width of Sections " 

" Center to Center of Return Headers " 

Height to Flow Pipe Openings " 

« « Top of Sections r.' " 

" " Return Pipe Openings " 

" of Base « 

" to Smoke Pipe Opening . . " 

" of Water Line " 

Diameter of Smoke Pipe " 

Dimensions of Base " 

« Grate " 

" " Fire Door Opening " 

Front of Boiler to Center of First Flow Pipe Opening " 

Center to Center of Flow Pipe Openings " 

Front of Boiler to Center of Return Pipe Openings . " 

Flow Pipe Openings " 

Return Pipe Openings " 



395 



495 



5 

31 

50 

40 
46H 

69 

58 
17^ 

14 

43 

51 

8 

33x33 

24x27 

9x143^ 

8 

im 

2—3 
2—3 



410 



510 



8 

50 
69 
40 

46M 

69 

58 
17K 

14 

43 

51 

10 
33x52 
24x46 
9xl4K 
14}^ 
253^ 

37 

2—4 
2—4 



400 



500 



6 

38 
57 

40 

46M 

69 

58 

IVA 

14 
43 
51 

8 
33x40 
24x34 
9x143^ 

14K 
l^H 
24M 
2—3 
2—3 



415 



515 



9 
57 
75 

40 

461^ 

69 

58 

17K 
14 _ 
43 ' 

51 

12 

33x58 

24x52r 
9x141^ 
8 
38M 
43M 
2—4 
2—4 



405 



505 



7 

44 
63 
40 

463^ 
69 
58 

17K 

14 

43 

51 

10 
33x46 
24x40 
9x143^ 

8 
253^ 

30 
2—4 
2—4 



420 



520 



10 

63 

82 

40 
463^ 

69 

58 
173^ 

14 

43 

51 

12 

33x65 

24x59 

9x143^ 

143^ 

ssy2 
mA 

2—4 
2—4 



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r \ 



DIMENSIONS AND MEASUREMENTS OF 600 AND 700 SERIES 



Number of Water Boiler 


600 


605 


610 


— • 1 : : 

615 j ■ 




N^nmber of Stpam Boiler 


700 


705 


710 


715 




TsTinnber of Sections 


7 
44H 


8 
50M 


9 

56^ 


10 
63 


Length of Sections only inches 


" including Smoke Box " 


mvs 


71M 


77^ 


It 1 


Width of Sections " 


53 
60 


53 
60 


53 
60 


53 ■ 


Center to Center of Return Headers " 


60 m 


Height to Flow Pipe Openings " 


73 


73 


73 


73 


" " Top of Sections " 


73 


73 


73 


73 


" " Return Pipe Openings " 


17M 


17M 


17M 


17^ 1 , 


" of Base " 


14 
49 


14 
49 


14 

49 


14 '■ • ''11 
49 


" to Smoke Pine ODenine " 


" of Water Line " 


611^ 
14 


61H 
14 


^W2 

14 


61M 


Dimensions of Smoke Pipe Opening " 


16 


« Base " 


45x44 


51x44 


57x44 


64x44 


" « Grate " 


40x36 


46x36 


52x36 


. 59x36 


" " Fire Door Opening " 


19x11 


19x11 


19x11 


19x11 


Front of Boiler to Center of First Flow Pipe Openino; " 


14H 


153^ 


IW2 


20M 


Center to Center of Flow Pipes " 


13M 


12J^ 


25 


253^ 


Front of Boiler to Center of Return Pipe Openings " 

Center to Center of Return Pipe Openings " 


8 


14^ 


8 


143^ 


.... 


253^ 


32 


38 


Flow Pine Ooeniriirs " 


2—4 


3—4 


2—5 


2—5 


T?pfiirn Pine Oneninsis " 


2—4 


4—4 


4—4 


4 4 






Number of Water Boiler 


620 


625 


630 


635 


Number of Steam Boiler 


720 


725 


730 


735 


Niimbpr of Sections 


11 
693^ 


12 


13 

82 


^^ ' ll 


Length of Sections only inches 


88^ 111 


" inolndinB' Smoke Box * 


903^ 


965^ 


103 


1093^ 


Width of Sections " 


53 


53 


53 


53 


" Center to Center of Return Headers " 


60 


60 


60 


60 


Height to Flow Pipe Openings " 


73 


73 


73 


73 fii 

170 ' 11 


" " Tod of Sections " 


73 

17M 


73 

yi% 


73 

18^ 


73 ||; 


" " Return Pipe Openings " 


18M . • 


" of Base " 


14 
49 


14 
49 


14 
49 


14 


" to Smoke Pipe Opening " 


49 


" of Water Line " 


61^ 

16 

70x44 


61^ 
16 

76J^x44 


613^ 

20 

83x44 


61M 


Dimensions of Smoke Pipe Opening 

« « Base " 


20 

89x44 


" " Grate " 


65x36 


65x36 


65x36 


65x36 


a « Yire Door Opening " 


19x11 


19x11 


19x11 


19x11 


Front of Boiler to Center of First Flow Pipe Opening. ... " 


20% 


21M 


21M 


21M 


ripntPT- in Centpr of Flow Pines " 


siyi 


313^ 


3734 


44 


Front of Boiler to Center of Return Pipe Openings " 

Center to Center of Return Pipe Openings " 


11% 


11% 


17M 


n% 


38 


uu 


fi 


57 


Flow Pine Oneninffs 


2—6 


2—6 


2—6 


2 — 6 


Return Pipe Openings 


4—4 


4—4 


4—5 


4—5. 

i 



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ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



IMICO SECTIONAL BOILERS 



INTERIOR VIEW OF 400 AND 500 SERIES 




Fig:. 8635A 



SECTIONS OF 400 AND 500 SERIES 



INTERMEDIATE 
SECTION 




Fig. 863 5B 



NEXT TO LAST 
SECTION 



BACK SECTION 





Fig. 8635C 



Fig. 8635D 



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IMICO SECTIONAL BOILERS 



FRONT VIEW OF SECTIONS, 600 AND 700 SERIES 




Fig. 9340A 



SECTIONS OF 600 AND 700 SERIES 



INSIDE VIEW 
FRONT SECTION 



INTERMEDIATE 
SECTION 



NEXT TO LAST 
SECTION 



Fig. 9340B 



Fig. 9340C 



Fig. 9340D 



BACK SECTION 




Fig, 9340E 



! 



238 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



IMICO SECTIONAL STEAM BOILERS 



VIEW OF REAR OF BACK SECTION, SHOWING DRAIN 
AND EQUALIZER PIPES 




Fig. 9349A 



/ 



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239 



/ 



IMICO SECTIONAL BOILERS 



GRATE CLOSED, IN ACTUAL USE 




Fig. 9361A 



GRATE OPEN IN ACT OF SHAKING 




•\\\ 



Pig. 9361B 



SMOKE PIPE OUTLET AND CHECK DAMPER 




Fig. 9361C 



240 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



IMICO SECTIONAL BOILERS 

REPAIR PARTS 
400 AND 500 SERIES 600 AND 700 SERIES 



Description 



Front Section 

Intermediate Section 

Back Section 

Fire Door 

" Lining 

Flue « 

« Lining 

Clinker Door 

Fire Door Slide 

Ash Pit Door only 

Draft Door 

Ash Pit Door Complete 

Front Plate for Ash Pit 

Rear Plate for Ash Pit Complete. 

Door for Rear Ash Pit 

Side Plate for Ash Pit, 24-inch. . . . 



a ^2 " 

" 6 " 



Grate Bars 

Smoke Box Complete. 
Shaker Bar 



Price 
Each 



44.00 

46.00 

59.00 

1.50 

.80 
2.50 
1.80 

.40 

.10 
1.40 

.60 
2.00 
3.50 
4.00 
1.60 
4.00 
2.00 
1.20 
4.00 
6.00 

.60 



Description 



Half Front Section 

" Intermediate Section . 

" Bridge Section 

" Back Section 

Fire Door Frame 



" " Lining 

Flue " 

" " Lining 

Clinker Door 

Fire Door Slide 

Ash Pit Door only 

Draft Door 

Ash Pit Door Complete 

Front Plate for Ash Pit 

Rear " " " " Complete. 

Door for Rear Ash Pit 

Side Plates for Ash Pit, 24-inch . . 



12 " 

6 " 



Grate Bars 

Smoke Outlet Complete. 
Shaker Bar 



HEADERS 


FOR IMICO SECTIONAL 


BOILERS 






Number of Water Boiler 


395 
495 


400 
500 


405 
505 


410 
510 


415 
515 


420 
'520 


600 
700 


" Steam " 




Price, Flow Header 

" Return " 


. each 


10.00 
5.50 


11.50 
7.00 


13.00 
8.50 


14.50 
10.00 


16.00 
11.50 


17.50 
13.00 


24.00 
9.00 




Number of Water Boiler 


605 
705 


610 
710 


615 
715 


620 
720 


625 
725 


630 
730 


635 
735 


" Steam " 




Price, Flow Header 

" Return " 


each 

a 


25.50 
10.50 


26.00 
11.50 


29.00 
13.00 


33.00 
15.00 


36.00 
16.50 


41.00 
20.00 


44.00 
23.00 





Extra heavy nipples for above, Ij^-inch 60 cents; 2-inch, 70 cents. 



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241 



/ 



IMICO ILLINOIS WATER AND STEAM BOflLERS 



FOR HARD OR SOFT COAL 



The Imico Illinois is an improvement on the original Imico Diamond — 
retaining the corrugated sections and fire pot, but having larger flues. 

The sections are diamond corrugated, exposing a much larger amount 
of surface to action of fire than is possible with plain sections; these sections 
are connected one to another with large slip nipples. 

The fire pot in the Imico Illinois is large and deep, with diamond corru- 
gations on sides and with extended crown sheet (note details on illustration) — 
intended to absorb all the heat possible; the diamond corrugations in fire pot 
admit a free circulation of air against water space, thus maintaining a bright, 
active fire with no dead edges as in ordinary fire pots. 

The draft door is located on side of boiler, so that chains from damper 
regulator do not interfere with ash pit door. 

Ash pit is large and very deep. 

The Imico Illinois Boiler is fitted with a rocking grate, all working parts, 
except the grate bars, being made of malleable iron. 



242 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



IMICO ILLINOIS WATER BOILERS 




Fig. 9214A 









Diameter 


Diameter 




Diameter 


Tapoed 


Direct 






Height 


of Base 


of 


of 


nf Grate 


of Smoke 


for Plow 


Radiation 


Price 


Number 


Inches 


nc es 


Boiler 


Fire Pot 




Pipe 


and Keturn 


Square 


Each 








Inches 


Inches 




Inches 


Inches 


Feet 




481 


my2 


29 


22M 


18K 


19 


8 


2-2K 


^625 


171.00 


581 


56 


29 


22M 


im 


19 


8 


2-21/2 


- 700 


191.00 


402 


52K 


31 


24M 


20 J^ 


21 


8 


2—3 


800 


207.00 


502 


58 


31 


24M 


20H 


21 


8 


2—3 


900 


224.00 


422 


56 


33 


26M 


22 J^ 


23 < 


9 


2-3K 


950 


230.00 


522 


62 


33 


26M 


22 J^ 


23 


9 


2-33^ 


1075 


277.50 


442 


58 


36 


28M 


2iy2 


25 


10 


2—4 


1150 


290.00 


542 


64 


36 


28M 


24^ 


25 


10 


2—4 


12?5 


314.00 



Prices include necessary fire tools. 

Ratings are gross, and it is understood that all piping, mains and risers shall be figured 
as radiating surface. 

The ratings on the Imico Water Boilers are based on the assumption that the mean 
temperature of the water at the boiler be 180° Fahr. 

When soft coal is used as fuel, it will be found advisable to install a boiler one size larger 
than that figured for hard coal. . • 



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243 



IMICO ILLINOIS STEAM BOILERS 



/ 







Fig. 9341A 







Diameter 


Diameter 


Diameter 


Diameter 


Diameter 


Tapped 


Direct 




Number 


Height 


of Base 


of 


of 




of Smoke 


for Flow 


Radiation 


Price 




Inches 


Inches 


Boiler 


Fire Pot 


Inches 


Pipe 


and Return 


Square 


Each 








Inches 


Inches 




Inches 


Inches 


Feet 




2481 


56H 


29 


22M 


18K 


19 


8 


2—21^ 


375 


180.00 


2581 


GVA 


29 


22^ 


18J^ 


19 


8 


2^23^ 


425 


199.50 


2402 


58 


31 


243^ 


20J^ 


21 


8 


2-3 


475 


213.00 


2502 


63 J^ 


31 


24M 


201^ 


21 


8 


2—3 


550 


233.00 


2422 


611^ 


33 


2GM 


22}^ 


23 


9 


2-31^ 


575 


240.00 


2522 


6V|/2 


33 


26M 


22K 


23 


9 


2-3K 


650 


287.50 


2442 


631^ 


36 


28M 


24Ji 


25 


10 


2—4 


700 


300.00 


2542 


mii 


36 


28% 


24^ 


25 


10 


2-4 


775 


324.00 



Prices include necessary trimming and fire tools, 

Tlatings are gross, and it is understood that all piping, mains and risers shall be figured 
as radiating surface. 

The ratings on Imico Steam Boilers are based on the assumption that an average pres- 
sure of 2 pounds be maintained at the boiler. 

When soft coal is used, it will be found advisable to install a boiler one size larger than 
that figured for hard coal. 



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IMICO ILLINOIS BOILERS 

SECTIONAL VIEW OF IMICO ILLINOIS BOILER, SHOWING DIAMOND CORRUGATIONS 




Fig. 9393A 



SECTIONAL VIEW OF SECTION OF IMICO ILLINOIS BOILER, SHOWING DIAMOND 
CORRUGATIONS AND WATER CIRCULATION 




Fig. 9393B 



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245 



IMICO ILLINOIS BOILERS 

INSIDE VIEW OF FIRE POT OF IMICO ILLINOIS BOILERS 
SHOWING DIAMOND CORRUGATIONS ALONG SIDES OF FIRE POT AND 
EXTENDED CONSTRUCTION OF CROWN SHEET 




^ "Mllllipf 



Fig. 6382A 
VIEW OF GRATE OF IMICO ILLINOIS BOILERS 




Fig. 6382B 



246 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



IMICO ILLINOIS ROUND BOILERS 

REPArR PARTS 



Trade Number of Boiler \ ^J^^^^i" 

( feteam 

Nominal Diameter of Grate inches 

Price^ No. 1, Base each 

" " 2, Shaker Bracket " 

" 3, Left-Hand Grate « 

" " 4, Right-Hand Grate " 

" " 5, Center Grate " 

" " 6, Ash Pit Door Frame " 

" " 8, Clinker " ,^^'.[[ ..,...[ " 

" " 9, Draft Door Frame « 

" "10, " « « 

" " 11, Shaker Hole Cover " 

" 12, Fire Pot Section " 

" 13, " Door « 

" 14, Ash " Slide « 

" 14AFire « « " 

" 15, " " Lining [ « 

" 16, " « Frame « 

" " 17, Ratchet Catch " 

" " 18, Intermediate Section " 

" « 29 " " « 

" 20, « Cleanout Door Frame. " 

" " 21 " " " " 

" " 22, Top Cleanout Door Frame. . . « 

" 23, " Section " 

" 24, Steam « « 

" 25, Smoke Outlet , , « 

" 26, Pipe Damper Stem " 

" 27, Check Damper " 

" 28, Pipe « " 

« 29, Shaker Lever " 

" " 30, Coil Opening Clamp " 

" 31, " « Cover « 

" 32, Grate Connecting Bar « 

" 33, « Toggle « 

" 34,Shaker Bar « 

" " 35, Clinker Door Frame « 



481-581 402-502 422-522 
2481-2581 '2402-2502 2422-2522 



19 
12.00 
.30 



.50 
.50 
.00 
.75 
1.00 
.30 
.35 
.30 
.05 

48.00 
.60 
.15 
.15 
.30 
1.10 
.05 

16.00 

16.00 
.35 
.10 
.50 

20.00 

2.00 
.20 
.25 
.20 
.60 
.05 
.10 
.30 
.25 
.40 
.40 



21 
14.50 
.30 



.80 

.80 

.30 

.75 

1.00 

.30 

•40. 

.35 

.05 

60.00 

.60 

,15 

.15 

.40 

1.20 

.05 

20.00 

20.00 

.40 

.10 

.50 

22.00 

33.00 

2.25 

.20 

.30 

.25 

.60 

.05 

.10 

.30 

.25 

.40 

.45 



23 

17.00 

.30 

2.00 

2.00 

2.60 

2.60 

1.25 

.35 

.60 

.40 

.05 

66.00 

.90 

.15 

.15 

.45 

1.80 

.05 

23.00 

23.00 

.40 

.15 

. *60 

26.00 

3.00 
.20 
.36 
.25 
.60 
.05 
.10 
.40 
.25 
.50 
.50 



442-542 
2442-2542 



25 

19.00 

.30 

2.30 

2.30 

2.90 

3.10 

1.65 

.35 

.65 

.40 

.05 

75.00 

.90 

.15 

.15 

.50 

2.00 

.05 

26.00 

26.00 

.50 

.15 

.60 

31.00 

3.00 
.20 
.30 
.25 
.60 
.05 
.10 
.40 
.25 
.50 
.60 



Slip connections nipples each .60. 



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THE ILLINOIS HOT WATER HEATERS 



MAGAZINE FEED— FOR HARD COAL 



FRONT VIEW, Nos. 5-6-7 FRONT VIEW, No. 15 



INTERNAL VIEW, No, 15 






Fig. 9240A 



Fig. 9240B 



Fig. 9240C 



Number • ■ 

Height • "^^]^*^s 

Outside Diameter of Boiler 

Inside " "Magazine 

Diameter of Base 

« " Grate " 

Diameter Smoke Pipe 

Iron Pipe Connections 

Heating Capacity, per hour • • ■ gallons 

Price ^^^^^^^^__^^^^^^^^^^ 



. each 



37 
13 
5 

18H 

10 

5 
134 



43 

15M 

6 

21 
12 

6 



100 180 
37.00 65.00 



15 
45}^ 

6 

24 
16 
6 

W2 



49 

1834 

23H 

15 

6 

2 

300 ] 400 
89.00 1 139. 00 



Capacity named above is based on the assumption that sufficient storage tank capacity 
is provided for heater. 

Note.— The magazines in Nos. 5, 6 and 7 are plain, without water chamber— the No. 15 
being the only one made with water chamber. 



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ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



IMICO GARBAGE BURNER AND WATER HEATER 



No. 71, FRONT VIEW 




No. 71, INTERNAL VIEW 




Fig. 7765A 



Fig. 7765B 



The No. 72 size is suitable for residences and small apartment houses, say not exceed- 
ing six suites. The No. 71 has been successfully used in buildings containing twelve 
apartments. * 



Number 




71 


72 




Height Over All 




'46 

28 
31^ 
,35 

27 
10x5 

3 

750 

160.00 


46 

28 

24 

283^ 

17 


of Water Cyhnder 


a 


Diameter of Cylinder 


li 


" Base 


11 


" Grate 


u 


Smoke Outlet 


li 


7x4M 
9 


Iron Pipe Connections « 


Heating Capacity, per hour 




^9^ 


Price 


or.«K 


115.00 





■iHii 



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249 



BOILERS AND HEATERS 



No, 112 "AETNA" HOT WATER BOILER 
/ FOR HARD AND SOFT COAL 




IMICO LAUNDRY 

WATER HEATER 

No. 52, TWO HOLES 

No. 54, FOUR HOLES 




Fig. 77B 
**AETNA*' HOT WATER BOILERS 

With Lengthened Water Cylinder 



Number 



Height inches 

Diameter of Heater " 

« Grate " 

Smoke Pipe " 

Iron Pipe Connections " 

Capacity, Direct Radiation square feet 

Heating Capacity, per hour gallons 

Price each 



112 


116 


35 


16 


19 


12 


16 


5 


6 


iM 


IH 


115 


200 


150 


260 


36.00 


50.00 



120 



40 
24 

20 

6 

2 

300 

400 

72.00 



Capacities named above are based on assumption that sufficient storage tank capacity 
is provided for heater. 

IMICO LAUNDRY WATER HEATERS 

The Imico Hot Water Heaters are durably constructed with heavy draw center 
shaking grates. The large exposure of heating surface to the direct action of the fire makes 
the Imico a very rapid heater and is extremely economical in the consumption of fuel. 



Number 



52 



54 



Height inches 

Size of Top " 

Outside Diameter of Fire Pot Section " 

Inside " « " " " " 

Height of Fire Pot Section " 

Diameter of Grate " 

Smoke Pipe " 

Iron Pipe Connections " 

Heating Capacity, per hour gallons 

Price each 



2334 

13^^x2134 

14 

11 

7 

10 

6 

1 

30-100 

19.00 



23}^ 

19^x2134 

14 

11 

7 

10 

6 

1 

30-100 

22.50 



250 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



STANDARD FIRE BOX BOILERS 




Fig. 6S09A 
BRICK-SETTING PLAN 



11 




Fig. 6609B 
APPROXIMATE MEASUREMENTS 



Number 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


Extreme Height of Brickwork. . 
Height to Top of Boiler 


.inches 

a 
u 

"...feet 
.inches 


72 
57 
51 
17 
8^ 
67 


72 
57 
51 
17 

67 


72 
57 
51 
17 

10^ 
67 


81 
64 
56 
17 

73 


81 
64 
56 
17 
11 
73 


81 
64 
56 
17 

73 


87 
72 
61 
17 

10^2 

79 


87 
72 
61 
17 
12 
79 


87 
72 
61 
17 
131^ 
79 


95 

78 


" of Water Line 


65 


" Ash Pit Front 

Extreme Length of Brickwork . 
Width " 


17 

12^ 
86 


Number 


11 


12 


13 


14 


15 


16 


17 


18 


19 


20 


Extreme Height of Brickwork. . 
Height to Top of Boiler 


.inches 

.'...feet 
inches 


95 

78 
65 
17 
14 
86 


95 

78 
65 
17 

l^ 

86 


104 
86 
66 
17 
16 
92 


104 
86 
66 
17 
181 
92 


109 
92 
72 
17 
18 
98 


109 
92 
72 

17 

20H 
98 


119 

98 
78 
17 

183^ 
108 


119 

98 

78 

17 
203^ 

108 


129 

106 

84 

17 

183^ 

120 


129 

106 


" of Water Line 


84 


" Ash Pit Front 

Extreme Length of Brickwork . 
Width " 


17 
203^ 
120 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



261 



STANDARD FIRE BOX BOILERS 



/ 



STEAM OR 


WATER-FOR BRICK SETTING; WITHOUT DOMES 


Number 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 ! 9 


10 






Diameter of Shell. in. 


30 


30 


30 


36 


36 


36 


42 


42 42 


48 


Length Over All: ft. 


6^ 


W2 


W2 


W2 


9 


rm 


m 


10 i IIH 


lOj^ 


" of Fire Box in. 


26 


32 


38 


32 


38 


44 


38 


44 ! 50 


44 


Width " " " . . . . " 


24 


24 


24 


30 


30 


30 


36 


36 


36 


42 


Fire Doors, Single " 

" " Double . . . . " 


12x16 


12x16 


12x16 






















16x22 


16x22 


16x22 


16x24 


16x24 


16x24 


18x30 


Approx.Weiglitjif- Boiler 










Complete with Cast. . lbs. 


2400 


2700 


3100 


3500 


3800 


4400 


4600 


5200 


5700 


6700 


Steam Outlet in. 


3 


3 


4 


4 


4 


4 


6 


6 


6 


6 


Return " ......." 


'^V2 


2J^ 


3 


3 


3 


3 


4 


4 


4 


4 


Water Tapping -~ Flow 






















and Return, 2 Each. " 


4 


4 


4 


5 


5 


5 


5 


6 


6 


6 


Size of Smoke Pipe... " 


16 


16 


16 


18 


18 


18 


20 


20 20 


22 


Rating Steam .. .r .sq. ft. 


900 


1000 


1200 


1400 


1700 


2000 


2200 


2500 , 2900 


3200 


" Water " 


1400 


1600 


2000 


2300 


2800 


3300 


3600 


4100 


4800 


5600 


Price, Steam Boiler Com- 






















plete, with Castings 






















— no Trimmings . . each 


285.00 


300.00 


320.00 


375.00 


400.00 435.00 


460.00 


510.00 560.00 


630.00 


Price, Steam Trim extra 


18.00 


18.00 


19.00 


19.00 


19.00 


19.00 


23.00 


23.00 23.00 


23.00 


" Water Boiler with 




















Castings — no Trim. " 


295.00 


310.00 


330.00 390.00 


415.00 450. 001475. 001525. 001575. 00 


645.00 


Number 


11 


12 


13 


14 


15 


16 


17 


18 


19 


20 1 




Diameter of Shell in. 


48 


48 


54 


54 


60 


60 


66 


m 


72 


72 


Length Over All ft. 


12 


13K 


14 


16^ 


15J^ 


18 


16 


18 


16 


18 


" of Fire Box . . . in. 


50 


56 


56 


62 


62 


68 


62 


68 


68 


74 


Width """... " 


42 


42 


48 


48 


54 


54 


60 


60 


66 


66 


Fire Doors, Single .... " 










18x24 


18x24 


18x24 


18x24 


18x24 


18x24 


" " Double ..." 


18x30 


18x30 


18x30 


18x30 




Approx. Weight of Boiler 












Complete with Cast. Ibst 


7300 


8100 


9200 


10500 


13600 


15000 


16500 


18000 


19900 \ 21400 


Steam Outlet in. 


6 


7 


7 


7 


7 


7 


8 


8 


8 


8 


Return '' " 


4 


5 


5 


5 


5 


5 


6 


6 


6 


6 


Water Tapping — Flow 






















and Return, 2 Each. " 


6 


7 


7 


7 


7 


8 


8 


10 


10 


10 


Size of Smoke Pipe ..." 


22 


22 


24 


24 


30 


30 


34 


34 


40 


40 ! 


Rating Steam sq.ft. 


4000 


4400 


4800 


6300 


7200 


8500 


9700 


10600 


11800 


13500 ' 


" Water " 


6500 


7100 


8500 


10100 


11500 


14000 


15600 17100 


18900 


21600 - \ 


Price, Steam Boiler Com- 




















\ 


plete, with Castings 






















— no Trimmings . . each 


680.00 


735.00 


860.00,935.00 


1200.00 


1310.00 


1500.00 


1600.00 


1800.00 


2000.00 1 


Price, Steam Trim extra 


23.00 


28.00 


28.00 


28,00 


40.00 


40.00 


40.00 


40.00 


44.00 


44.00 . i 


" Water Boiler with 






















Castings — no Trim." 


695.00 


755.00 


880.00 


955.00 


1225,00 


1335.00 


1530.00 ! 1630.00 


1840.00 


2040.00 



Trimmings — as listed, include: One steam gauge, one water column with three 
gauge cocks and water gauge, one pop safety valve, one automatic draft regulator. One 
hoe and one poker furnished with each boiler. 

Every boiler fitted with a safety fusible plug in crown sheet. Ash pit front pro- 
vided with special lift door for automatic regulator. 

Castings consist of ash pit front, fire door and frame, one large and four small soot 
doors and frames, and Acme Shaking Grates. 

No extra charge made for hoe and poker shipped with boiler. Tubes inserted in 
fire box for domestic coil will be charged extra, 2.00 net. Boilers Nos. 15 to 20 have two 
single fire doors. Extra charge is made for furnishing coil openings in tire box. 

Manholes in all boilers over 30 inches in diameter. 



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ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



SMITH'S MALTESE WATER HEATERS 



No. 1— TAPPED REGULAR 
TOP AND REAR ARM 




No. 2— TAPPED SPECIAL 
TOP AND RIGHT ARM 




Fig. 7 902 A 

No. 3— TAPPED SPECIAL 
TOP AND LEFT ARM 




Fig. 7902B 



No. 4 TAPPED SPECIAL 
BOTH ARMS 




Fig. 7902C 

No. 6-SHOWS THREE HEATERS 

OF DIFFERENT SIZES CONNECTED 




Fig. 7902D 



No. 7 SHOWS THREE HEATERS, 
SMALLEST CONNECTED AT BOTTOM 




-p/trtsE w 



Fig. 7902E ' Fig. 7902F 

These heaters can be connected together for any desired capacity. The % style is 
used as a bottom section when a number are coupled together. 



Diam. of 


Height 
Inches 


Tapped 
Inches 


Full Size 
Sq. Ft. Rad. 


Heat. Tank 
Gallons 


Price, 


Each 


Boiler, In. 


Full Size 


% Size 


9 


2 


H 


30 


30 


2.80 




12 


m 


1 


50 


50 


3.80 


3.30 


15 


3 


2 


75 


75 


6.00 


5.00 


18 


3 


2H 


100 


100 


10.00 


8.00 


21 


3 


3 


150 


175 


14.00 


12.00 


24 


3^ 


3 


200 


225 


18.00 


16.00 


27 


33^ 


3 


250 


300 


22.00 


20.00 


30 


^H 


m 


300 


350 


30.00 


27.00 - 



/ 



Two collars are sent with each heater. 

Add .25 to net price when two arms are to be tapped. 

In ordering, specify size and figure number of heater desired. 



CHICAGO. ILLINOIS 



253 



/ 



CAST IRON RADIATORS 

TWO-COLUMN— FOR STEAM OR WATER 

ORNAMENTAL PLAIN 





^ Fig. 4138A 

THREE-COLUMN— FOR STEAM OR WATER 

ORNAMENTAL PLAIN 



. 4138B 




Fig. 4138G 




Fig. 4138D 



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ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



CAST IRON RADIATORS 

SINGLE-COLUMN— FOR STEAM OR WATER 





No, of 
Sections 


Length 
Inches 


Heating Sueface, Square Feet 


38 In. High 

3 Sq. Ft. 
per Section 


32 In. High 

23^ Sq. Ft. 
per Section 


26 In. High 

2 Sq. Ft. 
per Section 


20 In. High 
VA Sq. Ft. 
per Section 




2 


5 


6 


5 


4 


3 


ili! ■ 


3 


IH 


9 


^H 


6 


m 


1 J 4 


10 


12 


10 


8 


6 


'l/: 5 


12 J^ 


15 


123^ 


10 


W2 


6 

1 


15 


18 


15 


12 


9 




7 


17^ 


21 


173^ 


14 


101^ 


l^ 


8 


20 


24 


20 


16 


12 




9 


22 j^ 


27 


221:^ 


18 


131^ 


! 


10 


25 


30 


25 


20 


15 


1 


11 


271^ 


33 


273^2 


22 


163^ 


1 


i 12 


30 


36 


30 


24. 


18 




!,: 13. 


S2J4 


39 


321^ 


26 


193^ 




! 14 


35 


42 


35 


28 


21 


) 




15 


373^ 


45 


37^ 


30 


223^ 


1 
1 




16 


40 


48 


40 


32 


24 


1 




17 


42^ 


51 


423/2 


34 


253^ 






18 


45 


54 


45 


36 


27 


' . 19 


47>^ 


57 


^m 


38 


28K 


20 


50 


60 


50 


40 


30 


21 


52K 


63 


523^ 


42 


313-^ 


22 


55 


66 


55 


44 


33 


23 


57^ 


69 


571^ 


46 


, 34>^ 


24 


60 


72 


60 


48 


36 


25 


623^ 


75 


623^ 


50 


37H 


26 


65 


78 


65 


52 


39 


27 


67M 


81 


Giy, 


54 


403^ 


28 


70 


84 


70 


56 


' 42 


29 


723^ 


87 


723^ 


58 


433^ 


30 


75 


90 


75 


60 


45 


31 


77 


93 


llli 


62 


, 461^ 




: ■ 32 


80 


96 


80 


64 


48 


Price per sq. ft. 


.35 


.38 


.42 


.48 


In estimati 
Width of s 


ng length of ra 
action, 43^ inc 


diator, allow 3^ 
;hes. Width o 


I inch for each 
f legs, 534 inc] 


bushing. 

bes. Distance 


from floor to 



In ordering, state if for steam or water. 



ML 



=n 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



255 



/ 



CAST IRON RADIATORS 

TWO-COLUMN— STEAM OR WATER 





Length 


Heating Subface, Square Feet 


No. of 














Sections 


Inches 


45 In. High 


38 In. High 


32 In. High 


26 In. High 


23 In. High 


20 In. High 






5 Sq. Ft. 


4 Sq. Ft. 


3M Sq. Ft. 


2M Sq. Ft. 


2M Sq. Ft. 


2 Sq. Ft. 






per Section 


per Section 


per Section 


per Section 


per Section 


per Section 


2 


5 


10 


8 


62/^ 


5J^ 


4% 


4 


3 


Wi 


15 


12 


10 


8 


7 


6 


4 


10 


20 


16 


13J^ 


10% 


9M 


8 


5 


12M 


25 


20 


16% 


13% 


11% 


10 


6 


,15 


30 


24 


20 


16 


14 


12 


7 


171^ 


35 


28 


'i&Vi 


18% 


16% 


14 


8 


20 


40 


32 


26% 


21% 


18% 


16 


9 


221^ 


45 


36 


30 


24 


21 


18 


10 


25 


50 


40 


33>^ 


26% 


23% 


20 


11 


27^ 


55 


44 


36% 


29% 


25% 


22 


12 


30 


60 


48 


40 


82 


28 


24 


13 


323^ 


65 


52 


43% 


34% 


30% 


26 


14 


35 


70 


56 


46% 


37% 


32% 


28 


15 


37}^ 


75 


60 


50 


40 


35 


30 


16 


40 


80 


64 


53% 


42% 


37% 


32 


17 


423^ 


85 


68 


56% 


45% 


39% 


34 


18 


45 


90 


72 


60 


48 


42 


36 


19 


473^ 


95 


76 


63% 


50% 


44% 


38 


20 


50 • 


100 


80 


66% 


53% 


46% 


40 


21 


52^ 


105 


84 


70 


56 


49 


42 


22 


55 


110 


88 


73% 


58% 


51% 


44 


23 


571^ 


115 


92 


76% 


61% 


53% 


46 


24 


60 


120 


96 


80 


64 


56 


48 


25 


623^ 


125 


100 


83% 


66% 


58% 


50 


26 


65 


130 


104 


86% 


69% 


60% 


52 


27 


673^ 


135 


108 


90 


72 


63 


54 


28 


70 


140 


112 


93% 


74% 


65% 


56 


29 


723^ 


145 


116 


96% 


77% 


67% 


58 


30 


75 


150 


120 


100 


80 


70 


60 


31 


77>^ 


155 


124 


103% 


82% 


72% 


62 


32 


80 


160 


128 


1 106% 


85% 


74% 


64 


Price, per j 


square foot 


.35 


.35 


1 .38 


.42 


.44 


.48 



In estimating length of radiator, allow 3^ inch for each bushing. 
Width of section, 73^ inches. Width of legs, 73/^ inches. Distance from floor to 
center of opening, 43/^ inches. 

La ordering, state if for steam or water. 



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ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



CAST IRON RADIATORS 



THREE-COLUMN— FOR STEAM OR WATER 



No. of 
Sections 


Length 
Inches 




H 


EATING Surface, Square Feet 




44 In. High 


38 In. High 


32 In. High 


26 In. High 


22 In. High 


18 In. High 






6 Sq. Ft, 


5 Sq. Ft. 


43^ Sq. Ft. 


3M Sq. Ft. 


3 Sq. Ft. 


2H Sq. Ft. 






per Section 


per Section 


per Section 


per Section 


per Section 


per Section 


2 


5 


12 


10 


9 


iVi 


6 


4H 


3 


W2 


18 


15 


133^ 


IIM 


9 


6% 


4 


10 


24 


20 


18 


15 


12 


9 


5 


12M 


30 


25 


223^ 


18M 


15 


11^ 


6 


15 


36 


30 


27 


221^ 


18 


131^ 


7 


IW2 


42 


35 


313^ 


26M 


21 


15% 


8 


20 


48 


40 


36 


30 


24 


18 


9 


221^ 


54 


45 


403^ 


mi 


27 


20% 


10 


25 


60 


50 


45 


37 j^ 


30 


22}^ 


11 


273^ 


66 


55 


493^ 


411^ 


' 33 


24% 


12 


30 


72 


60 


54 


45 


36 


27 


13 


323^ 


78 


65 


583^ 


48M 


39 


29% 


14 


35 


84 


70 


63 


52J^ 


42 


313^ 


15 


37>^ 


90 


75 


%VA 


56M 


45 


33% 


16 


40 


96 


80 


72 


60 


48 


36 


17 


423^ 


102 


85 


763^ 


63% 


51 


38% 


18 


45 


108 


90 


81 


67J^ 


54 


mA 


19 


47H 


114 


95 


853^ 


71M 


57 


42% 


20 


50 


120 


100 


90 


75 


60 


45 


21 


523^ 


126 


105 


94>^ 


78% 


63 


47% 


22 


55 


132 


110 


99 


82K 


66 


49)^ 


23 


57M 


138 


115 


1033^ 


86M 


69 


51% 


24 


60 


144 


120 


108 


90 


72. 


54 


25 


623^ 


150 


125 


1123^ 


93% 


75 


56% 


26 


65 


156 


130 


117 


97M 


78 


58>^ 


27 


671^ 


162 


135 


1213^ 


lOlM 


81 


60% 


28 


70 


168 


140 


126 


105 


84 


63 


29 


72K 


174 


145 


1303^ 


108% 


87 


65% 


30 


75 


180 


150 


135 


112 J^ 


90 


67K 


31 


773^ 


186 


155 


1393^ 


116% 


93 


69% 


32 


80 


192 


160 


144 


120 


96 


72 


Price per 


sq. ft.. . 


.35 


.35 


,38 


.42 


.45 


.50 



In estimating length of radiator, allow 3^ inch for each bushing. 

Width of section, 9>g inches. Width of legs, 93^ inches. Distance from floor to 
center of opening, 43^ inches. 

In ordering, state if for steam or water. 



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257 



/ 



CAST IRON RADIATORS 



FOUR-COLUMN— FOR STEAM OR WATER 



No of 


Length 
Inches 


Heating Surface, Square Feet 


Sections 


44 In. High 


38 In. High 


32 In. High 


26 In. High 


22 In. High 


18 In. High 
3 Sq Ft 






10 Sq. Ft. 


8 Sq. Ft. 


m Sq. Ft. 


5 Sq. Ft. 


4 Sq. Ft. 






per Section 


per Section 


per Section 


per Section 


per Section 


per Section 


2 


6 


20 


16 


13 


10 


8 


6 


3 


9 


30 


24 


19J^ 


15 


12 


9 


4 


12 


40 


- 32 


26 


20 


16 


12 


5 


15 


50 


40 


32 J^ 


25 


20 


15 


6 


- 18 


60 


48 


39 


30 


24 


18 


7 


" 21 


70 


56 


45H 


35 


28 


21 


8 


24 


80 


64 


52 


40 


32 


24 


9 


27 


90 


72 


^8H 


45 


36 


27 


10 


30 


100 


80 


65 


50 


40 


30 


11 


33 


110 


88 


n'A 


55 


44 


33 


12 


36 


120 


96 


78 


60 


48 


36 


13 


39 


130 


104 


84^ 


65 


52 


39 


14 


42 


140 


112 


91 


70 


56 


42 


15 


46 


150 


120 


973^ 


75 


60 


45 


16 


48 


160 


128 


104 


80 


64 


48 


17 


51 


170 


136 


1103^ 


85 


68 


51 


18 


54 


180 


144 


117 


90 


72 


54 


19 


57 


190 


152 


123K 


95 


76 


57 


20 


60. 


200 


160 


130 


100 


80 


60 


21 


63 


210 


168 


136K 


105 


84 


63 


22 


66 


220 


176 


143 


110 


88 


66 


23 


69 


230 


184 


1491^ 


115 


92 


69 


24 


72 


240 


192 


156 


120 


96 


72 


25 


75 


250 


200 


162J^ 


125 


100 


75 


26 


78 


260 


208 


169 


130 


104 


78 


27 


81 


270 


216 


175H 


135 


108 


81 


28 


84 


280 


224 


182 


140 


112 


84 


29 


87 


290 


232 


1881^ 


145 


116 


87 


30 


90 


300 


240 


195 


150 


120 


90 


31 


93 


310 


248 


201K 


155 


124 


93 


32 96 


320 


256 


208 


160 


128 


96 


Price. . per sq. ft. 


.35 


.35 1 


.38 


.42 .45 


.50 



In estimating length of radiator, allow H inch for each bushing. 

Width of section, 12?^ inches. Width of legs, 12^^ inches. Distance from floor to 
center of opening, 4J^ inches. 

In ordering, state if for steam or water. 



258 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



II 



WINDOW RADIATORS 

ORNAMENTAL PLAIN 



ill;: 1 




I 



II .It 




Fig. 942SA 



Fig. 9428B 



Number 


Length 


20 Inches High 


18 Inches High 


16 Inches High 


14 Inches High 


of 


Inehes 


5 Square Feet 


41^ Square Feet 


4 Square Feet 


31^ Square Feet 


Sections 




per Section 


per Section 


per Section 


per Section 


2 


6 


10 


9 


8. 


7 


3 


9 


15 


13M 


12 


lOK 


4 


12 


20 


18 


16 


14 


5 


15 


25 


22H 


20 


173^ 


, 6 


18 


30 


27 


24 


21 


• ^ 7 


21 


35 


31H 


28 


243^ 


,^ > 


24 


40 


36 


82 


28 


:• 9 


27 


45 


ioy. 


36 


313^2 


,10 1 


30 


50 


45 


40 


35 


11 ' 


33 


55 


49V^ 


44 


381^ 


' 12 


36 


60 


54 "^ 


48 


42' 


13 


39 


65 


58V^ 


52 


453^ 


14 


42 


70 


63 


56 


49 


li 


45 


75 


67K 


60 


523 2 


16 


48 


80 


72 


64 


56 


17 


51 


85 


763^ 


68 


591 .; 


18 


54 


90 


81 


72 


63 " 


19 


57 


95 


85J^ 


76 


663,2 


20 ; 


60 


100 


90 


80 


70 


21 


63 


105 


943^ 


84 


733 2 


22 


66 


110 


99 


88 


77 


23 


09 


115 


103^ 


92 


80? .; 


24 


72 


120 


108 


96 


84 


25 


75 


125 


1123^ 


100 


873/^ 


26 


78 


130 


117 


104 


' 91 


27 


81 


135 


121K 


108 


941^ 


28 


84 


140 


126 


112 


98 


29 


87 


145 


130}.; 


116 


10132 


30 


90 


150 


135 ^ 


120 


105 


31 


93 


155 


1393.^ 


124 


' 1083.^ 


32 


96 


160 


144 


128 


112 



In estimating length of radiator allow 3^2 "i''^i for ^^^^"^^ bushing. 
Width of section is 123/| inches. 

Width of legs, 13 inches. • - _ 

Distance from floor to center of opening, 3 inches. 



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259 



WALL RADIATORS, ETC. 



Bi 



fl I I 



9-FOOT WALL RADIATOR These sections connected with 

lj^4nch right and left-hand internal 
nipples, having two lugs, cast on the 
[ p ■ inside so that by the use of a nipple 
iron one of more sections may be 
added to or taken out independently 
of all other sections in the stack. The 
sections are made for two methods of 
interconnection, as follows: The ver- 
tical section in either size is tapped 

~Hj^g^igraP"^r^^''!lS'''TnB^M^^B^^^l E " ^^ ^^® . -^^^S sides of B, G, G and F, 

' the horizontal section in either side is 
: p i tapped on the short side at A, H, D 

■ • and E. A, B, C, and H are right- 

hand tappings; D, E, F, and G are left-hand tappings. 



im^m^m^m 




Fig. 4180A 



Size 


No. of 
- Square Feet 


Dimensions, Inches 


Price, per 


Width 


Length 


Thickness 


Square Foot 


Extra Large 
Standard 


9 

7 


14 
14 


29J^ 
22 




.38 
.38 



PIN INDIRECT 
FOR STEAM OR WATER 

In ordering end sections of in- 
directs, state which end is desired 
where radiator is in same position as 
shown in illustration. If location of 
tappings is desired other than regular, 
as shown by C and F, we can furnish 
special tapping at A, B, D or E. 

BOX BRACE IN USE 



ff^Sh^ 





Tig. 41 SOB 



C^omplete stack (sections are shipped assembled unless 
otherwise ordered). "Standard" or "extra large" size 
are tapped 2-inch and can be bushed if desired. 



Size of 
Section, Feet 



12 

20 



Length 
Inches 



41H 



Width of 
Body, Inches 



12 



Width of 
Hub, Inches 



9M 
14^ 



Centers 
Inches 



2M 
3 



Price, 25 cents per square foot. 

DIRECT-INDIRECT PORTABLE BOX BASE 

This base is made to fit radiators of all heights in 
following patterns : One, two, three and four-column. 

These prices are to be added to the prices quoted 
for direct radiation. 



Hg. 418UC 



Price, 


Base for 3 Section 


Radiator. . . 


. . . each 


1.20 


u 


u 


a 


4 


a 


a 




1.60 


a 


a 


ii 


5 


a 


a 


a 


2.00 


a 


a 


(( 


6 


11 


a 


a 


2.40 


a 


a 


a 


7 


a 


a 


a 


2.80 


u 


a 


i( 


8 


ii 


a 


a 


3.20 


a 


ii 


u 


9 


a 


a 


a 


3.60 


ii 


i( 


" 


10 


« 


a 


a 


4.00 


H 


u 


11 


11 


ii 


ii 


a 


4.40 


ii 


it 


ii 


12 


ii 


a 


a 


4.80 



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WALL RADIATORS 



M 

1;; 



No. 1 

THREE HORIZONTAL SECTIONS IN 

THREE TIERS 

WATER OR STEAM 



*^-^*l 



No, 2 

THREE HORIZONTAL SECTIONS IN SINGLE TIER 

WATER OR STEAM 

BiiiiipIiBl|ilmin, 

Tig. 8567B 



No. 3 

FOUR VERTICAL SECTIONS IN SINGLE TIER 

WATER OR STEAM 



Fig. 8567A 



No. 4 

FOUR VERTICAL SECTIONS IN FOUR TIERS 

WATER OR STEAM 





Fig. 8567C 



No. 5 



FOUR HORIZONTAL SECTIONS IN TWO TIERS 
WATER OR STEAM 



Fig. 8567D 



111 

Fig. 8567E 



No. 6 

FOUR VERTICAL SECTIONS IN TWO TIERS 

WATER OR STEAM 



n 



iT 



X 





Fig. 8567F 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



261 



WALL RADIATORS 

No. 7, THREE HORIZONTAL 

AND TWO VERTICAL SECTIONS WITH THREE 

TIERS IN CENTER-WATER OR STEAM 




^ Fig. 8235A 

No. 8, SIX VERTICAL SECTIONS 

IN THREE TIERS-WATER OR STEAM 

fi", 

j 




Fig. 8235B 



No. 10, SIX HORIZONTAL SECTIONS 
IN THREE TIERS— WATER OR STEAM 



No. 9. SIX HORIZONTAL SECTIONS 
IN TWO TIERS— WATER OR STEAM 





Fig. 8235C 
REGULAR TAPPINGS OF 



RADIATORS 

ONE -PIPE STEAM— SUPPLY 



Fig. 8235D 
DIRECT RADIATION 



Up to 24 Square Feet inche 

Above 24, up to 60 Square Feet . . " 



1 



Above 60, up to 100 Square Feet . inches 
" 100 Square Feet " 



2 



TWO-PIPE STEAM— SUPPLY AND R ET URN 



Up to 48 Square Feet 

Above 48, up to 96 Square Feet. , 



inches 



1 X J 
lixl 



Above 98 Square Feet inches 



J.2AJ-4 



HOT WATER— SUPPLY AND RETURN 



Up to 40 Square Feet inches 

Above 40, up to 72 Square Feet. . " 



1 xl 
lixli 



Above 72 Square Feet inches 



1^x1^ 



Air tappings, 3^-inch for direct radiation. 

Vapor tappings, top and bottom opposite ends: Supply, J^-inch; return, 3^-inch. 

All openings of direct radiators have right-hand threads. 

Radiators are regularly tapped 2-inch and bushed according to the list above. 

In estimating length of radiator allow 3^ inch for each bushing. 



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BRACKETS, ETC. 



BRACKETS FOR WALL RADIATORS 




CONCEALED BRACKETS 
BOTTOM GUIDE 



TOP 
GUIDE 



CEILING 
BRACKET 




Fig. 10516B Fig. 10516C Fig. 10516D 

PEDESTALS 



Uiu 



■AAfljBBaAi 



Fig. 10516A 



Fig. 10516E 



BRACKETS FOR WALL RADIATORS 

Distance from floor to top of baseboard C—2}4, D— 4^, E— 6}^, F— 8M, G—IO^, 
and H — 123^ inches. 

Prices upon application. 

CONCEALED BRACKETS 

Made for supporting single, two, three and four-column direct radiators. Prices 
upon application. 

CEILING BRACKETS 

Made of 33^-inch diameter cast plate drilled for four screws. Bolt gives a 
distance of 3^2 to 5 inches from bottom of radiator to ceiling. Other length bolts can be 
furnished. Prices upon application. 

PEDESTALS 

Made in following heights for any style radiator: ]y^y %, 1, 134? IJ^j l/"4j 2, 2}ij 2]/^, 
3, 33/2> 4, 43^, 5 and 6 inches. Prices upon application, 
WALL BOX 

FLOOR DAMPER 




ii:;iii! 



Fig. 10516F 



Fig. 10516G 
WALL BOXES 

Made in one size only (SxlTj^^ inches) to conform to brickwork. Copper wire screen. 
Price, each, 2.80. 

FLOOR DAMPERS 



Size 


Size, I 


XCHES 


To Fit Under 


Size 


Size, 


[nches 


To Fit Under 


Number 


Length 


Width 


Radiators 


Number 


Length 


Width 


Radiators 


1 


6 


S% 


4-Section 


6 


28M 


8M 


13 and 14 Section 


2 


8M 


8M 


5 and 6-Section 


7 


32M 


S% 


15, 16 andl7-Section 


3 


13M 


8M 


7 " 8 " 


8 


38M 


m 


18, 19 " 20 " 


4 


18M 


8M 


9 " 10 " 


9 


44M 


m 


21 to 30-Section 


5 


23K 


s% 


11 " 12 " 












CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



263 



AIR MOISTENERS FOR RADIATORS 
AND REGISTERS 



FOR RADIATORS 



ORNAMENTAL DESIGN 



PLAIN DESIGN 




^M^H^I 


^. 


li'^ 9 


ili 


^uli 




pH" 



Fig. 9151A 



Fig. 9151B 



They insure moist heat, which means comfortable heat, better health, and fewer colds. 
Designed also to protect the walls and ceiling from being blackened by the dust circu- 
lated by steam and hot water radiators. They are made of galvanized iron, fitted with a 
dust gutter, which positively catches and retains the dust circulated by the radiator. 
The gutter is so arranged that it can be readily cleaned by passing a damp cloth through 
it. They are fitted with a felt strip w^here the shields join the wall, which takes up any 
unevenness, making a perfectly tight joint. 

In ordering, please advise us if the ornamental or plain design is wanted, and whether 
with or without water pan. Also, send for a measurement blank. Prices on application. 



FOR REGISTERS 



ORNAMENTAL DESIGN 




PLAIN DESIGN 




*^.., 




■-■Uif^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ 


1 


"^'^3^S-""'*". ■ -""" 


1 



Fig. 9151C 



Fig. 915 ID 



These moisteners deliver the proper amount of moisture with the heat, directly into 
the room. They prevent colds and kindred ailments caused by living in dry, overheated 
houses. 

Also designed to protect the walls and ceilings from becoming blackened from dirt 
and smoke; to prevent the wall paper from becoming discolored by heat from the registers 
of hot air furnaces. The gutter is cleaned in a very short time, the same as in the radiator 
shield. They are made to set directly on top of the registers, coming flush with the outside 
edge and are easily removed when not in use. 

In ordering, all that is necessary, is to give the length of the register and advise us if 
wanted with or without the water pan and plain or ornamental. The last is important as 
they are furnished either way. Prices on application. 



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ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



RADIATOR BRONZE, ETC. 




BRONZING LIQUID 



RADIATOR ENAMEL 





Fig. 9003A 



Fig. 9003B 



Fig. 9003C 



RADIATOR BRONZE 

Superior bronze powder, put up in screw top cans containing one pound. 



Pale Gold, Rich Gold and Copper per pound 

Aluminum " 

Colors 



1.50 
2.20 
2.20 



Send for bronze color card. 

BRONZING LIQUID 

Superior quality bronzing liquid put up in quarts, half gallon and gallon patent 
stopper cans. 



Price per quart 

" per half gallon 



per 



.90 
1.40 
2.20 



RADIATOR ENAMEL 

Superior quality radiator enamel put up in pints, quarts, half gallon and gallon cans. 
Colors : Alabaster, cream, medium blue, silver gray, sea green, nile green, apple green, 
bronze green, gobelin, oak brown, terra cotta, maroon , ebony, vermilion and white. 



Price, except Vermilion and White per pint 

" " " " " per quart 

" per half gallon 

" Vermilion and White , per pint 

« " " " per quart 

" " " " per half gallon 

" .per " 



00 

50 

20 

00 

10 

1.70 

3.00 

5.40 



MAROON JAPAN 

Superior quality maroon japan put up in pints, quarts, half gallon and gallon cans. 



Price per pint 

" , per quart 

" per half-gallon 

" per " 



.70 

1.00 
1.50 
2.50 



BRONZE AND ENAMEL PRIMER 

This primer acts as a filler and furnishes a smooth surface upon which to apply the 
finishing coat. Put up in quart, half gallon and gallon cans. 



Price per quart 

" per half gallon 

« .per " 



1.50 
2.30 
3.90 



STEAM FITTERS' 

Put up in gallon and 5-gallon cans. 



ASPHALTUM 



Price per gallon | 1.70 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



265 



THE IMICO 
VAPOR VACUUM HEATING SYSTEM 

We believe the Imico Vapor Vacuum Heating System to be the most improved and up- 
to-date method of heating. The old steam heating system has many advantages and it 
was thought when the more recent forms of hot water installations were perfected that we 
had then discovered an ideal system for the transmission of heat in small quantities from 
the generator (such as a boiler or furnace) to the distributors; in other words, the radiators 
placed in the various rooms of a building. 

We know that a steam heating system, or a hot water heating system, if properly 
installed, cannot fail to give good results. We do not for a moment gainsay the advantages 
of either type of installations, but we believe that we can secure economy of fuel by using 
vapor as a heating medium, increasing efficiency by the use of the Dewey Tri-Duty Air 
and Vacuum Trap. 

The term "vapor," used in relation to a vapor heating system, means the vapor arising 
from hot water — rising naturally — as distinguished from circulation in steam arising under 
pressure. A perfect vapor heating system means vapor in the radiators without any pres- 
sure. Th^ gauge at the boiler will show a pressure from 1 to 5 ounces, and that is needed 
solely for the purpose of operating the damper regulator. 

The advantages of the Imico Vapor Vacuum Heating System are many : It is easy to 
install and comparatively economical, as a saving is made by reducing the size of the pipes, 
fittings and valves; it needs no condensing coil and it positively will not water-log; no 
mechanical pumps, ejectors or other devices are required; there are no air valves on the 
radiators in the room, avoiding the danger of dripping water and getting rid of the annoy- 
ances of foul and hissing air valves. The whole system provides rapid circulation, noise- 
less and automatic operation and there is no danger of freezing. There is a saving in the 
size of radiators as compared with water; there is perfect control of temperature in every 
room by simply turning on graduated valve at the radiator, which is adjusted according 
to climatic conditions. 

The Imico Vapor Vacuum Heating System can be used in all sizes and kinds of build- 
ings — large or small — whether residences, factories, warehouses, public auditoriums, theaters, 
or churches, and the efficiency of old heating systems can be greatly increased by equipping 
them with the Imico Vapor Vacuum Heating devices. 

The Imico Vapor Vacuum Heating System can be used on any steam boiler, whether 
same be made of* cast iron or steel, or can be installed on any power or central heating plant; 
of course, on high pressure lines, installing also the pressure regulator that would be neces- 
sary to reduce from high to low pressure. 



OPERATION OF THE IMICO VACUUM HEATING SYSTEM 

Water is admitted to the boiler to the X)roper level, as indicated by water column and 
water gauge glass of boiler, and the fire is started heating the water and in a short time the 
water is converted into vapor. 

In the Imico Vapor Vacuum Heating System the vapor rises into the supply pipes, 
passes through the branches, enters the risers and fills the radiators through the graduated 
valves. 

It is the aim of expert heating engineers to secure an even distribution of vapor through 
the entire system. To do this, however, it is necessary to expel the air, filling the system 
with vapor, and it is at this point that the Dewey appliances begin to operate. 

The principle on which the Dewey Tri-Duty Air and Vacuum Trap eliminates air is 
very simple. There is a connection from the supply pipe or pressure side of the boiler, to 
the diaphragm and under normal conditions this diaphragm is closed. When the fire is 
started and the air in the boiler is expanded, the diaphragm is inflated and opens the vac- 
uum valve, making a direct opening through the trap to the atmosphere. The valve re- 
mains open as long as there is a fraction of an ounce pressure on the boiler, unless the vapor 
having passed through the entire system is forced into the float chamber, which instantly 
closes against vapor. If water should be forced up the return pipe, the float rises in the 
chamber and closes, remaining closed until water recedes, then it opens and commences 
venting air again. 



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ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



THE IMICO 
VAPOR VACUUM HEATING SYSTEM 

When the Dewey Tri-Duty Air and Vacuum Trap is used, there is absokitely no 
chance of there being any back pressure on the radiators. The Dewey Valve or Trap 
will close against either steam or water and close against the return of air into the system. 

In the Imico Vapor Vacuum Heating System vapor is obtained automatically with- 
out pump operation, the principle being that a cubic foot of steam at low pressure when 
admitted into radiation becomes condensed while transmitting its heat through the radiator 
and shrmks to 1 cubic inch of water. This creates an almost complete vacuum. By 
using vapor condensation, perfect circulation and efficiency is secured as under 10 inches of 
vacuum, a pull of 5 pounds per square inch is exerted to draw the vapor from the boiler 
mto the radiation. Water will boil under this vacuum at 190° Fahr., and this is just the 
reason why economy in coal consumption is secured. The lower the temperature at which 
you can convert the water into vapor the smaller will be your coal bill. 

The Imico Vapor Vacuum Heating System does not use any excess fuel to raise pres- 
sure to force the heat through the radiation. More coal saved. The perfect circulation 
that is secured and the vacuum created by condensing steam or vapor, creates suction and 
pulls the vapor from the boiler into the system. 

As stated before there cannot be any back pressure, as there is an opening from the 
return to the atmosphere until the vapor or water comes to the trap, closing the trap and 
keeping it closed until the vapor or water recedes; then it commences venting air again 
unless there is no air in the system or there is no vapor being given off from the boiler, at 
which time the automatic trap closes and holds the vacuum, making a vacuum job in every 
sense of the word. 

By this method the radiators continue to give off heat until the fire has nearly gone 
out, thus securing the greatest fuel economy. If occasion demands that the amount of 
heat required be increased and fresh fuel is put on the fire, your heating system responds 
instantly and develops its maximum capacity at once. The valves of the radiators should 
be of the graduated type, using the ordinary return elbows. No air valves are needed on 
the radiators, nor are any traps required for each individual radiator. 

The radiators for the Imico Vapor Vacuum Heating System may be the same size 
as for steam, but an increase of 10 per cent more radiation than that figured for the ordinary 
steam job will promote economy in the consumption of coal. Either steam or water radia- 
tion may be used, tapped at the top, the one heating from end to end, while the other heats 
from top to bottom of sections. Use a regular safety valve and control the fire by a well 
balanced damper regulator. 

SCHEDULE— SUPPLY MAIN SIZES IMICO VAPOR VACUUM SYSTEM 

13^-inch will supply 200 feet to 400 feet Radiation * 

2 " " " 400 " " 700 " 
23^ " " " 700 « « 1100 " 

3 " « " 1100 " " J1500 " " 
3M " " " 1500 " " 2000- " " 

4 " " " 2100 " " 3000 " 

5 " " " 3000 " " 5000 " 



1 

2 



SCHEDULE FOR PIPE SIZE— RETURNS 

■inch at boiler will return 200 feet to 700 feet Radiation 



700 


(( 


" 1110 


1100 


it 


" 2100 


2100 


u 


" 5000 



IMICO VAPOR VACUUM RADIATION, TAPPING SIZES 

Size of pipe supply: 
Radiation 90 square feet or less Ji-inch pipe and ^-inch graduated valve. 



90 feet to 150 feet 
150 " " 300 square feet 



1 



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267 



THE IMICO VACUUM HEATING SYSTEM 

DEWEY QUICK VENT AIR VALVE DEWEY VACUUM VALVE 





Fig, 9225A Fig. 9225B 

The Dewey Quick Vent Air Valve is for use where pressure does not exceed 10 
pounds. It will close against steam or water and will pass all the air that will go through 
}^-inch pipe and is intended for use where vacuum is not a factor. Price 20 .00 

The Dewey Vacuum Valve is suitable for heating systems containing not more than 

1500 square feet of radiation. Price 20 . 00 

DEWEY DUPLEX 
DEWEY TRI-DUTY AIR AND VACUUM TRAP TRI-DUTY AIR AND VACUUM TRAP 





Fig. 922 5G 



Fig. 922 5D 



The Dewey Tri-Duty Air and Vacuum Trap is suitable for heating systems contain- 
ing not more than 1500 square feet of radiation. Price 36 . 00 

The Dewey Duplex Tri-Duty Air and Vacuum Trap is for jobs with two or more cir- 
cuits and is made up of a steam and water trap on each circuit and one vacuum valve on 
the whole system — a good arrangement for large jobs. This trap is suitable for heating 
systems containing not more than 3000 square feet of radiation. Price 56. 00 

Special Note. — The Dewey Vacuum Valve can be arranged in combination with 
practically any number of quick vent air valves so as to meet the demands of any heat- 
ing system, no matter how large. 

Price for venting heating systems containing more than 3000 square feet of radiation 
will be furnished on application. 



268 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



THE IMICO 
VAPOR VACUUM HEATING SYSTEM 




Diagram showing proper installation of Dewey Tri-Duty Air and Vacuum Trap, / 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



269 



CHICAGO HEAT REGULATORS 




i A 




Fig. 9795A 

These regulators are for the automatic regulation of temperature in dwellings and 
can be attached to any heating system. 

The temperature is controlled by a thermostat of special design, located in a living- 
room; which by means of an electrical connection operating on a powerful motor, auto- 
matically opens and closes the dampers, as the temperature at the thermostat rises or 
falls either way from the point at which it has been set; and which may be any point 
between 60 and 80 degrees. 

The time set, indicated by the clock in motor box, is an attachment w^hereby the 
temperature may be reduced and fire held in check during the night. 



Price, No. 1, with Time Set each 

" 2, without Time Set. " 



35.00 
30.00 



The illustration above shows the Chicago Heat Regulator attached to a heating 
boiler. 



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ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



DEWEY THERMOSTAT AND CONTROL 

THE DEWEY AUXILIARY HOT WATER THERMOSTAT 



Can be used in connection with any 
electric thermostat on hot water heating 
system using the same thermometer and the 
same motor as now in use. 

It will double the efficiency of hot water 
heating jobs and prevents water getting too 
hot or boiling over. The temperature in the 
heater is controlled according to climatic 
conditions. 

Price, including electrical heat regu- 
lator with time-set attachment and Dewey 
Auxihary Hot Water Thermostat, 50.00. 



m:-m 



-T- 




Fig. 4092A 



WIRING DIAGRAM SHOWING DEWEY HOT WATER THERMOSTAT 
AND CHICAGO HEAT REGULATOR CONNECTED-BACK VIEW 



IfEFEBEitCE 







Fig. 4092B 



I 



DEWEY THERMOSTAT CONTROL 

(Not Illustrated) 

For tank heaters on domestic supply, used in residences, flat buildings, hospitals, 
gymnasiums, etc., where steady temperatures are desired. Also used to control steam 
heater storage tanks operating balance valve. Is absolutely automatic and can be 
furnished in either angle or straight shank. 

Price, Dewey Thermostat Control, including thermostat, 40.00. Balance valve is extra. 



iMti, 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



271 



RADIATOR VALVES 



WITH UNION 



LEFT-HAND CORNER 
WITH UNION 





LEFT-HAND OFFSET 
WITH UNION 



HOT WATER 
WITH UNION 





Fig. 1805A 



Fig. 1805B Fig. 1805C 

UNION VALVES— JENKINS DiSC 



Fig. 1805D 



Size inches 

Frice, Rough Body, Finished Trimmings. each 
" " Nickel-plated TrifflraiDgs, " 

u All Over " 

" Finished Body " 

" " " Nickel-plated All Oyer..,. " 



U 



2.75 
3.00 
3.05 
3.25 
3.50 



3.50 
3.75 
3.80 
4.00 
4.25 



1 



4,30 
4.65 
4.75 
4.80 
5.25 



m 



5.85 
6.25 
6.40 
6.40 
7.00 



IK 



7.75 
8.00 
8.10 

8.75 
9.25 



12.60 
12.85 
13.10 
13.85 
14.35 



CORNER VALVES, RIGHT OR LEFT, WITH UNION-JENKINS DISC 



Size 


inches 


% 


1 


IM 


13^ 


2 


Price, Rough Body, Finished Trimmings 


. .each 


3.85 


4.75 


6.45 


8.55 


13,85 


" Nickel-plated Trimmings. 


" 


4.15 


5.15 


6.90 


8.80 


14.15 


" All Over... 


(( 


4.20 


5.25 


7.05 


8.95 


14.45 


Finished Body 


(t 


4.50 


5.50 


7.20 


9.55 


15.35 


" Nickel-plated All Over.. 


a 


4.85 


6.00 


7.80 


9.95 


15.95 



OFFSET VALVES. WITH UNION-JENKINS DISC 



Size 


inches 


% 


1 


IM 


1^ 


2 


Price, Rough Body, Plated All Over 

" Finished All Over 


each 


4.25 

4.40 
4.80 


5.15 
5.30 

5.70 


6.95 
7.05 
7.45 


8.95 

9.65 

10.05 


14.25 
15.25 


and Plated All Over " 


15.65 



Above valves fitted with lock and shield at same list. Keys extra. 



HOT WATER VALVES. WITH UNION-BRASS DISC 






Size inches 


% 


1 


IM 


IK 


2 


Price, Rough Body, Finished Trimmings each 

" Nickel-plated Trimmings.. » 
" Plated All Over " 


2.45 
2.60 

2.85 
3.00 
3.40 


3.25 
3.35 
3.65 
3.85 

4.30 


4.50 

4.90 
5.05 
5.25 
5.80 


6,50 

6.65 
7.10 
7,50 
8.10 


10.00 
10.25 
10.85 


" Finished All Over " 


11.50 


and Plated All Over " 


12.35 



RADIATOR UNION ELBOWS 




Size inches 



Fig. 1805E 



Price, Rough Body, Plated All Over . each 

" Finished All Over " 

and Plated All Over " 
" Rough Body, Plain " 

" Plated Trimmings ... " 



K 



1.75 
1.90 
2.15 
1,50 
1.65 



2.00 
2.20 
2.40 



2.50 
2.75 
3.00 



1.75 2.25 



m 



3.20 
3.60 
3.90 
2.95 



1.90 2.40|3.10 



IK 



4.00 
4.60 
4.85 
3.70 
3.85 



2 

7.00 
7.50 
8.50 
6.00 
6.15 



272 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



PACKLESS RADIATOR VALVES 



DETROIT MULTI-PORT 
DETROIT, FOR STEAM FOR VAPOR HEATING SYLPHON PACKLESS 

ANGLE SECTIONAL SYSTEMS WITH SPRING DISC 




Fig. 5138A 



Fig. 5138B 



Fig. 5138G 



Fig. 5138D 



DETROIT, FOR STEAM 

The Detroit Packless Valve fulfills the need for a radiator valve that will not leak 
around the stem nor need repacking. Its construction makes it perfectly adapted also for 
use on vacuum systems where tightness is essential. 

The shape of the handle precludes the possibility of collecting dirt and allows a full 
grip without the hand coming in contact with the metal. The bodies are globular and 
the valves are of pleasing appearance throughout. 



Size 


. . . inches 


V?, 


H 


1 


1¥ 


IH 


2 


Price, No. 260, Angle 

« 262, Right-Hand Corner... 
« 263, Left " " ... 


each 

a 


3.15 
3.45 
3.45 


3.80 
4.20 
4.20 


4.75 
5.25 
5.25 


6.40 
7.05 
7.05 


8.10 
8.95 
8.95 


13.10 
14.45 
14.45 



DETROIT MULTI-PORT, FOR VAPOR HEATING SYSTEMS 

Requires no packing and is leakless — an important feature where the plant is oper- 
ated under vacuum. Has eighteen adjustable ports and may be permanently adjusted 
to meet the requirements of any radiator and balance the system. Made in rough body, 
plated all over — with union. 



Price, ^-inch Angle each 4. 

" Special li^-inch Angle « 7 



50 
00 



SYLPHON PACKLESS, WITH UNION 

Devoid of packing of any kind, and is tightly sealed at every point around the valve 
stem. Has no shding or rotating joints. Frictionless in operation, and opens and closes 
easily, as its working parts are not exposed to the steam and wash of the system." 



Size inches 


M 


1 


IM 


IV?, 


2 


Price, Angle, Rough Body, Polished Trimmings,^. P. All Over. . .each 
« Corner, " « " « " " «... " 


3.90 
4.25 


4.70 
5.15 


6.25 
6.95 


8.15 
8.95 


13.00 
14.25 



All above regularly furnished with rough body and polished trimmings, plated all over. 
Other finishes upon application. 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



273 



PACKLESS RADIATOR VALVES 

LAVIGNE, WITH COMPOSITION DISC, FOR STEAM 



REGULAR PATTERN GRADUATED PATTERN 



SECTIONAL VIEW 



LOCK SHIELD 




Fig. 8617A 



Fig. 8617B 



Fig. 8617C 



Fig. 8617D 



The Lavinge Packless Valve has a number of decided advantages over any other 
article of its class. Its packless and quick-opening features are simple and efficient and 
the interior arrangement cannot be injured by ordinary abuse. The bonnet is carried up 
to the underside of the follower plate to protect the working parts from any outside in- 
terference. 

By reference to the sectional view, it will be observed that the stem is of the non- 
rising type and is provided with a flange a short distance above the thread. Between 
this flange and the inwardly extending flange of the bonnet is placed a specially prepared 
composition washer. Another similar washer is placed immediately above the inwardly 
extending flange of the bonnet, and upon this second composition washer rests a gland 
shaped follower plate extending from the handle. A shoulder is formed on the inside of 
the follower plate and this shoulder supports a spring which bears upward against a nut 
screw^ed to the top of the stem. A double service is performed by this spring, as it bears 
downward on the upper composition washer and at the same time pulls upward against 
the lower composition w^asher, thus holding both of them tightly against the inwardly 
extending flange of the bonnet and taking up automatically any wear that may occur in 
either. This insures an absolutely tight joint against water, steam or air. 

The valve also has a genuine quick-opening feature, as it can be fully opened or fully 
closed with about a three quarter turn of the handle. 

The Lavigne Graduated Packless Valve is similar in construction to the valve illus- 
trated and described above, except that it has the additional advantage of a lever handle, 
an indicator plate graduated into eight sections and means for a special adjustment by ' 
which each valve can be accurately set for a wide range of sizes of radiators. 

With each graduated valve is furnished four different shells, any one of which may 
be attached to the disc holder below the disc. If the valve is to be connected to a very 
small radiator, the shell with a single slot should be used, while if the radiator is medium 
or large sized, shells with two, three or four slots should be employed. It will remain 
partly open at any desired position, without any danger of variation of the openings 
unless the handle is moved. 



WITH UNION— ROUGH BODY. PLATED 


ALL 


OVER 




Size inches 


^ 


M 


1 


IM 


1^ 


2 






Price, Regular Pattern, Angle each 


3.15 
3.45 
4.00 
4.30 
3.75 
4.05 


3.80 
4.20 
4.80 
5.20 
4.50 
4.90 


4.75 
5.25 
5.85 
6.35 
5.50 
6.00 


6.40 
7.05 
7.65 

8.30 
7.25 

7.90 


8.10 

8.95 

9.50 

10.35 

9.00 

9.85 


13.10 


« Corner " 


14.45 


" Graduated " Angle, with Shefls . . " 

Corner, " " .. " 

« Angle, without " .. " 

Corner, « " .. " 


15.00 
16.35 
14.30 
15.65 



Upon special order, the above valves can be furnished with lock shield. Plated keys, 
50 cents list each, extra. 

Unless otherwise specified, graduated valves will be shipped with shells. 



274 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



HONEYWELL 
'UNIQUE" HOT WATER RADIATOR VALVES 




Fig. 1433A 



POSITION OF VALVE The "Unique" Valve is designed to be connected to only 

?:^j?p4^^^ one end of a radiator. By its use it is only necessary to 

extend the risers through the floors to the valve elbows. This 
avoids taking up flooring and cutting joists in order to extend 
return pipe to the other end of the radiator. The "Unique" 
Valve thus saves pipe, saves labor, saves weakening floor sup- 
ports, saves leaks between floors and ceilings. 

The valve, as will be noticed, has an adjustable elbow 
on each side, permitting connections to pipe from any 
direction. When attached to the radiator a thin piece of metal 
extends through the first radiator section. This diaphragm 
causes the water entering through one side to rise in the first 
section, circulate across the top, down through the other 
sections and out on other side of valve. It also insures a most rapid circulation, as there 
are no conflicting currents of water in the radiator. The construction of the "Unique" 
Valve is very simple and it cannot get out of order. The gates divert the flow of water 
into the radiator on one side of the diaphragm and allow it to return through the other side. 

By a one sixth turn of the valve handle the position of 
the gates is so changed that the opening to radiator is closed 
and a by-pass formed in the valve, the full area of the piping, 
a feature that can hardly be overestimated. The flow of water 
is then directly through the valve body and piping. There is 
a continuous circulation through the piping and valve body, 
even though the radiator be turned off. The instant the 
valve is opened hot water enters the radiator. 

Small openings provided in the gates, allow sufficient 
water to flow through the radiator to prevent freezing even 
in the coldest weather, when the radiator is turned off, 

"Unique" Valves are made of the best valve metal and by -pig 1433 b 

skilled mechanics. The valves are symmetrical in 'design and 

bear the highest finish. "Unique" Valves are especially desirable for connecting radiators on 
second and higher floors. .- 

The valve elbows are on right centers for risers, making it only necessary to bore 
holes tlirough the floor. Where hot water heating is installed in old buildings having hard- 
wood floors, this feature is most appreciated. 



POSITION OF VALVE 

RADIATOR 

TURNED OFF 




Size inches 

Center of Body to End of Spud inches 

" to Center of Ells " 

« of Spud to Bottom of Ells " 

Radiators should be Tapped for Valve " 

Price each 



H 



Ws 
Wa 
4.25 



M 



2Jt 
5.40 



3 

7 
2 

5.80 



IM 



3M 

W2 

2 
7.95 



ikUlL, 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



275 



RADIATOR AIR VALVES 



/ 



No. 4 
LOCK AND SHIELD 



No. 3 
WOOD WHEEL 





AUTOMATIC 
No. 2 No. 4 



ORIGINAL 

MARSH-PAUL 





Fig._10238A Fig. 10238B ^Lg>_lQ238C Fig:._10238D 

Size T inches 

Price, No. 3, Wood Wheerwith~Nose each 

" 4, Lock and Shield with Nose " 

" 2, Automatic " 

" 4, " Male or Female " 

" Original Marsh-Paul, Automatic Drain Pipe " 

Keys for No. 4, plated, each, 18 cents. 

No.l HOFFMAN 

EXTERIOR SECTIONAL No. 2 




No. 6 







Fig. 10238F Fig. 10238G Fig. 10238H Fig. 10238J , 

The expansible medium of these valves is a volatile or heat sensitive fluid which is 
contained in a sealed metal chamber having a flexible bottom of phosphor-bronze. They 
are made in styles for every service. 

No. 1 
No. 1 Hoffman Siphon Air Valve distinguishes positively between steam or water and 
a ir, closing tight against steam or water emission, but freely vents all air from t h e radiator. 



Price . . 














. each 
the Si 


1.90 


No. 
valve N 


No. 2 

2 Hoffman Siphon Air and Vacuum Valve functions 
0. 1, but after the air is o^ce out it keeps it out. 


in 


every way 


I me as 


Price . . 














. each 


4.50 



No. 6 

No. 6 Hoffman Quick Vent "Float" Air and Vacuum Valve, for quick vent service 
where it is desired to control or prevent the emission of either steam or water through the 
valve, and also to prevent return of air to stack or line to which valve is connected. Vent 
port, 3/j6 inch; can bejnade % inch whe n pressure is not over 3 pounds. 

Pr i ce each I 12 . 00 



276 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



RADIATOR AIR VALVES AND VENTS 



LIBRA AUTOMATIC 

FOR VENTING 
STEAM RADIATOR 



NORWALL 
OPEN 



AUTOMATIC 



ALLEN 
CLOSED 






Fig. 6316A 



Fig. 6316B 



Fig. 6316C 



Price, Libra Automatic, 3^-inch each 

" Norwall Automatic, i^-inch « 

" Allen Automatic, i/^-inch . . « 



1.00 
1.30 
1.00 



ARCO AUTOMATIC 



NORWALL SIPHON 



SYLPHON 
• QUICK VENT 






Fig. 6316D 



Fig. 6316E 



Fig. 6316F 



Price, Arco Automatic each 

" Norwall Siphon « 

" Sylphon Quick Vent Valves, 3^-inch Valve Connectionn ; ^-inch Vent.Port " 



1.00 
1.70 
3.00 



NO. 525 




SYLPHON VENT VALVES 

No. 526 



No. 528 




Fig. 6316H 




Fig. 6316J 



Price, Sylphon Vent Valves, No. 525, 1-inch Inlet and Outlet each 

" " " " " 526 1 " " « " « 

" « « « « ^28 1 " " " " " 



15.00 
10.00 
12.50 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



277 



EXPANSION TANKS, ETC- 

EXPANSION TANKS 



GALVANIZED 




WOOD, AtJTOMATIC 




Fig. 6816A Fig. 6816B 

GALVANIZED EXPANSION TANKS-LESS GAUGE 



Capacity 


gallons 


8 


10 12 


15 


18 


20 


24 


26 


32 


42 


Diameter ...... . 


inches 


10 

20 

250 

7.50 


12 

20 

300 

8.00 


12 

24 
400 

8.50 


12 

30 
500 
9.00 


12 

36 
600 
9.50 


14 

30 

700 

12.50 


14 

36 

900 

13.00 


16 

30 

950 

14.00 


16 

36 
1300 
15.00 


16 


Height 

Suitable for Radiation . . 
Price 


. . . square feet 
each 


48 
2000 
16.50 



AUTOMATIC EXPANSION TANKS 



Price, Square Corners, Plain Oak, Varnished, with Couplings . 
" Round Corners, Plain Oak, Varnished, with Couplings . 



.each 



8.50 
9.00 



Genuine cherry, walnut or quarter-sawed oak, extra, 1.25 net. 



IDEAL EXPANSION 
TANK BRACKET 



IDEAL SPUD WRENCHES 





Fig. 6816G FiS- 6816E 

IDEAL EXPANSION TANK BRACKETS 



Price, takin g Tanks 10 to 16 inches in diameter.. each | 1.75 

IDEAL SPUD WRENCHES 



Number 



Price, embracing %, 1, V/j and l}^-inch Sizes each 



.75 



.50 



No. 1 spud wrench has an open hexagon on end of handle. No. 2 is used with a wrench. 



278 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



WATER FEEDERS, DAMPER REGULATORS, ETC. 

AUTOMATIC WATER FEEDER 

LOW PRESSURE DAMPER REGULATOR 





Fig. 4440B 
Fig. 4440A 

AUTOMATIC WATER FEEDERS AND DAMPER REGULATORS 



Price, Automatic Water Feeders with Immersed Valve each 

« and Gauge " 

" Low Pressure Damper Regulator, Single Lever '. " 

" Extra Rubber Diaphragms " 



20.00 

24.00 

4.50 

.75 



HONEYWELL HEAT GENERATORS 

POSITION AND ACTION OF MERCURY 
POSITION OF MERCURY AND WATER WHEN GENERATOR 

AND WATER WHEN GENERATOR IS IN COMPLETE OPERATION 
IS PRODUCING NO PRESSURE PRODUCING 10 POUNDS PRESSURE 





SHOWING GENERATOR 

Af TACHED TO HOT 

WATER BOILER 




These generators are designed to meet the demand for a device t© quicken the 

circulation in hot water heating jobs. When connected to the expansion pipe of an 

ordinary gravity plant, this generator seals the circuit and permits the generation of a 

slight pressure up to 10 pounds, at which point it relieves itself through the operation 

. of a mercury seal, eliminating any element of danger. 

The pressure created by this generator will remedy any unsatisfactory job of hot 
water heating where the radiation is insufficient, the piping too small for gravity, the 
circulation sluggish, causing large fuel consumption, or where the water* boils easily 
from quick firing, providing, of course, the boiler is large enough to supply the heat. 
It greatly improves jobs which contain long horizontal mains, or where the radiation is 
all on the first floor. 

In new work it permits a 10 per cent reduction in radiation, and smaller piping as 
advocated in the Honeywell system, the system of low cost and high efficiency. ^ It is 
positive and automatic, is sold under the strongest guarantee, will last a lifetime, and can- . 
not get out of order. 



Number . 



For Radiation square feet 

Size of Inlet inches 

" " Outlet " 

Price each 



1200 

H 
1 

25.00 



2500 
1 
1 

35.00 



3500 

50.00 



10000 
65.00 



^ 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



279 



FLUE CLEANERS AND BRUSHES 

ENGINEERS' FAVORITE TUBE SCRAPER ELLIPTICAL TUBE S.CRAPER 




Fig. 9 168 A 




Fig. 916SB 



Size. .. .T,... inches 

Priee, Engineers' Fayorite . . . each" 
« Elliptical " 



2.00 2.00 
2.00 2.00 



2M 



2.25 
2.25 



2K 



2.50 
2.50 



2M 



2.75 
2.75 



3.00 
3.00 



3M 



3.25 
3.25 



W2 



3.50 
3.50 



4 
4.00 
4.00 



SPIRAL FLAT WIRE BRUSH 



ROUND WIRE BRUSH 





Fig. 9168C Fig. 9168D 

SP»RAL FLAT WIRE BRUSHES 



Price, Spiral Flat Wire Brushes, Sizes 1 to 6 inches per inch 



.50 



ROUND WI RE BRUSHES FOR FIRE BOX BOILERS 

Price^j^jjj, 3, 31^ or 4-inch each | 1.00 



WIRE BRUSHES FOR HEATING BOILERS 

No. 1904 EXPORT 

^f/k^ llffm 



OVAL 



Fig. 9168E 




Fig. 9168F 



Fig. 9168G 



Price, No. 1904, 43^x4x13^ inches, for All Round and Sectional Boilers to 

36-inch each 

" Export, 6x4}^x23^ inches, for New 36 and 48-inch Boilers ...!.... * " 

" Oval, 2^x4x1 inches « 



1.00 
3.00 
1.00 



MAGIC STEAM FLUE CLEANERS 



^^ 










■ Fig 


. 9168H 








Size of Tube. . 


. inches 


2 to 21^ 


2^ to 2% 


3 to 31X 


W2 to 334 


4 to 4H 


5 to 6 


Price 


. . . each 


5.00 


6.25 


7.50 


8.75 


10.00 


12.50 



280 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



TUBE EXPANDERS AND CUTTERS 

STANDARD ROLLER TUBE EXPANDERS 



Cc 




Fig. 9302A 



Size inches 


1 to 2 


2M 


2K 


2H 


3 


m 


3^ 


Price each 

" Mandrels « 

« RoUers « 


10.00 

2.00 

.20 


12.00 

2.00 

.20 


14.00 

2.50 

.20 


16.00 

3.75 

.35 


18.00 

3.75 

.35 


20.00 

4.25 

.50 


23.00 

4.75 

.50 


Size , inches 


m 


4 


4H 


4J/2 


5 


6 


. , . . 


Price each 

« Mandrels « 

« Rollers...., « 


25.00 

5.50 

.60 


30.00 

5.75 

.60 


40.00 
6.50 

.80 


50.00 

8.50 
.80 


60.00 

10.00 

1.00 


70.00 

11.00 

1.75 


■ • • • 



IDEAL SELF-FEED TUBE CUTTER 




LAGONDA 
BOILER TUBE CUTTER 




Fig. 93020 





IDEAL 


SELF-FEED TUBE 


CUTTERS 








Diameter . .inches 


2 


2H 


2K m 


3 


3H 


m 


4 


43^ 


d^ 


5^ 


6 


Price each 


15.00 


16.00 


17.0018.00 


22.00 


22.50 


23.00 


24.00 


37.00 


39.00 


39.50 


40.00 



EXTENSIONS FOR IDEAL SELF-FEED TUBE CUTTERS 



Lettered Size Extension 



Length of Extension . . . inches 



Fits Sizes of Ideal Cutters inches 



Price, Extensions Complete. 

" Extra Feed Rods. . 

" " Couplings . . 

" Set Screws. . 



each 



D-U 



19 



D-3 



38 



D-6 



72 



96 



2-234-2H-234 



8.50 

2.50 

.35 

.10 



14.00 

4.00 

.35 

.10 



16.00 

5.00 

.35 

.10 



E-li 



19 



E-3 



38 



E-6 



72 



E-8 



96 



3-3M-3K-4 



5.00 

1.50 

.35 

.10 



11.00 

2.50 

.35 

.10 



16.00 

4.00 

.35 

.10 



20.00 

5.00 

.3§ 

.10 



F-U 



19 



F-3 



38 



4i 5, 5i, 6 



9.00 

3.00 

.50 

.20 



20.00 

5.00 

.50 

.20 



LAGONDA BOILER TUBE CUTTERS 


Cuts Tubes 


inches 


2 to 23^ 


3 to 4 


4K to 6 


Price 


_ each 


15.00 


25.00 


30.00 











They will cut tubes of any boiler at any place in its length in less than a minute. 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



281 




TILLMAN PRESSURE GENERATORS 

GENERATOR This generator is cast in one piece. No movable parts, and 

contains nothing but a continuous opening 1 inch square, from 
the inlet to the outlet. Operates and makes pressure by differ- 
entiating columns of water against columns of air. Every hot 
water heating system always contains the elements (water and 
air) necessary to cause and maintain it in perfect operation. 
May be drained by removing plugs near the bottom without dis- 
connecting or disturbing it in any way. Contains no mercury 
to blow or siphon out, no small opening liable to clog up with 
sediment or valve to stick and cause dangerous pressure. Guar- 
anteed to make the full amount of pressure given in list below 
and to operate as long as the heating system lasts. 

^Tien the water in the boiler is heated and expansion takes 
place, water is gradually forced into the generator at A and up 
the tube B and into air wing C. As the water rises all air is 
driven before it and down into tube E. As expansion continues, 
water is forced across point D, falling down through the air in 
tube E and filling the opening F which leads to the next series 
of tubes. When the opening F is sealed it becomes a water trap, 
Fig. 3421A thus seahng or trapping the correct quantity of air in air tube E. 

.As the expansion continues water is forced through opening F 
and up the next series of tubes, the operation being the same in each succeeding series. 
Each series or pair of tubes cause a back pressure of 14 ounces, and there are twelve pairs 
of tubes m No. 1 generator, and when all are in operation a maximum pressure of full 
10 pounds IS attained. 

When the water in the boiler cools and contracts the water in 
tube B and air wing C begins to lower and pass out of the Generator 
at A, and into the boiler. Lowering of the water in air wing C 
tends to produce a vacuum in the wing, and air in tube E immediately 
begms to occupy this space. As the water in the boiler continues to 
cool and contract, the water will all be drained from air wing C and 
the space in this wing will be occupied by all of the air contained in 
tube E. 

While the air is being drawn from tube E into air wing C, water 
will be rising in tube E, following the withdrawal of the air, until it is 
full, when it will flow across the wall at point D into tube B and out 
of the Generator and into the boiler at A. 

When making pressure, the operation of the Generator consists in 
driving the air from wing C into tube E, thus balancing a heavy 
column of water against a similar column of air which weighs nothing. 
When water is passing back from the expansion tank, through the 
Generator, into the boiler, the operation of the Generator consists in 
transferring the air from the tube E into air wing C; the idea being to 
temporarily rid the tube E of air, so as to permit a continuous stream 
of water passing from the outlet all the way back to the inlet. 




Fig. 3421B 



CAUTiON—When ready to fill the system, open the gate valve in the cross connection 
first, then turn in the city water. When the system is filled close the gate valve tightly. 

No, 0. Capacity up to 500 feet of radiation. Generates 7 pounds pressure Price 
20.00 each. ' 

No. 1. Capacity up to 1500 feet of radiation. Generates 10 pounds pressure 
Price, 25.00 each. 

^ No. 2. Capacity above 1500 feet of radiation. Generates 13 pounds pressure 
Price, 35.00 each. 

No. generator for operation work and small jobs. 



I 



282 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



HOT WATER STORAGE TANKS 



HORIZONTAL OR VERTICAL 



With or without Steam Coil 




Fig. 7570A 









Approxi- 


Price 


Number 


Size 


Price 


Price 


Capacity 


Diameter 


Length 


mate 


Plain 


of 


of 


Plain 


Galv. 


Gallons 


Inches 


Feet 


Weight 


Tanks 


Pipes 


Pipes 
in Coil 


Coils 


Coils 








Pounds 


Each 


in Coil 


Each 


Each 


120 


24 


5 


425 


55.00 


4 


m 


14.00 


16.00 


145 


24 


6 


445 


58.00 


4 


IK 


15.00 


17.00 


170 


24 


7 


510 


63.00 


4 


IM 


16.00 


18.00 


180 


30 


5 


495 


64.00 


4 


IH 


14.00 


16.00 


220 


30 


6 


560 


70.00 


4 


IK 


15.00 


17.00 


255 


30 


7 


625 


75.00 


4 


IM 


16.00 


18.00 


295 


30 


8 


700 


88.00 


4 


IM 


17.00 


19.00 


315 


36 


6 


750 


92.00 


4 


I'A 


18.00 


21.00 


365 


36 


7 


825 


102.00 


4 


W2 


19.00 


22.00 


420 


36 


8 


900 


112.00 


4 


W2 


20.00 


23.00 


525 


36 


10 


1050 


131.00 


4 


I'A 


22.00 


25.00 


575 


42 


8 


1450 


135.00 


4 


IM 


21.00 


24.00 


720 


42 


10 


1650 


150.00 


4 


IVz 


24.. Ot) 


27.00 


865 


42 


12 


1900 


196.00 


4 


VA 


27.00 


30.00 


1000 


42 


14 


2200 


219.00 


4 


m 


30.00 


33.00 



Prices of tanks with brass or copper coils, on application. 

Flanged openings, add to list for each opening: 2-inch or 23/2-inch, 5.0tT; 3-inch or 
3^-inch, 6.00; 4-inch, 7.00. 

Manhole in head, 15.00; in shell, 25.00. Handhole in head or shell, 5.00. 

Tested to 100 pounds hydrostatic pressure, and for use where water working pressure 
does not exceed 65 pounds. 

Regularly made with openings so that they may be used horizontally or vertically. 

Manholes, handholes, and coils furnished only when specially ordered. 

We recommend that tanks containing coils be made with a manhole. 

Stands, hangers or supports for horizontal or vertical tanks, furnished at an extra 
charge. 



y 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



283 



EXTRA HEAVY HOT WATER STORAGE TANKS 

BLACK OR GALVANIZED, HORIZONTAL OR VERTICAL 
WITH OR WITHOUT STEAM COIL 




Fig, 728A 



These tanks are tested to 150 pounds hydrostatic pressure and guaranteed for working 
pressures not exceeding 100 pounds to the square inch. 





Diam. 
Inches 


Length 
Feet 


Size 

Con- 

necti'ns 

Inches 


Weight 
Lbs. 


Thickness, In. 


Price, Each 


Coii.s Built in Tanks 


Capac. 
Gallons 


Shell 


Head 


Black 


Gal- 
vanized 


Size 
of Coil 
Inches 


Price 
Black 
Pipe 
Coil 


Price 
Galv. 
Pipe 
Coil 


Price 

I.P.Size 

Brass 

Coil 


120 


24 


5 


1^ 


400 


A 


A 


58.00 


84.00 


IM 


14.00 


17.00 


50.00 


140 


24 


6 


VA 


460 


^ 


A 


62.00 


92.00 


IK 


16.00 


19.00 


60.00 


180 


30 


5 


2 


560 


1% 


% 


69.00 


105.50 


IM 


14.00 


17,00 


50.00 


220 


30 


6 


2 


640 


3 


% 


73.00 


114.50 


IK 


16.00 


19.00 


60.00 


250 


30 


7 


2 


700 


3 
1^ 


% 


82.00 


127.50 


IM 


18.00 


21.00 


70.00 


295 


30 


8 


2 


770 


A 


% 


87.00 


137.00 


IM 


20.00 


23.00 


80.00 


315 


36 


6 


2 


970 


}4 


H 


95.00 


158.00 


J32 


20.00 


23.00 


75.00 


365 


36 


7 


2 


1080 


M 


% 


104.00 


174.00 


IJ^ 


22.00 


25.00 


90.00 


420 


36 


8 


2 


1180 


H 


% 


112.00 


188.50 


13^ 


24.00 


28.00 


105.00 


525 


36 


10 


2 


1400 


H 


% 


129.00 


220.00 


m 


28.00 


32.00 


120.00 


430 


42 


6 


2 


1230 


Va 


^ 


113.00 




IH 


20.00 


23.00 


75.00 


500 


42 


7 


2 


1350 


M 


^ 


124.00 




W2 


22.00 


25.00 


90.00 


575 


42 


8 


9 


1480 


H 


7 
16 


135.00 




W2 


24.00 


28.00 


105.00 


720 


42 


10 


2 


1750 


M 


^ 


153.00 




W2 


28.00 


32.00 


120.00 


865 


42 


12 


2 


2000 


H 


^ 


171.00 




W2 


32.00 


36.00 


135.00 


1000 


42 


14 


2 


2250 


% 


^ 


191.00 




W2 


36.00 


40.00 


150.00 


750 


48 


8 


3 


1800 


Va 


^ 


168.00 












940 


48 


10 


3 


2100 


Va 


^ 


188.00 












1130 


48 


12 


3 


2400 


Va 


^ 


209.00 












1300 


48 


14 


3 


2700 


Va 


iV 


230.00 













Regularly furnished with pressed steel flanges at openings. 

Extra for manhole in head, 15.00, Extra for handhole in head, 5.00, 

" shell, 25.00. " " " " shell, 5.00. 

Tanks containing steam coils should always have manhole. 



■ 



284 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



PNEUMATIC PRESSURE TANKS 

FOR DOMESTIC WATER SUPPLY SYSTEMS 




Fig. 7812A 

Tested to 125 pounds air pressure and guaranteed for working pressures not exceed- 
ing 75 pounds to the square inch. Heads dished to a radius equal the diameter of the 
shell. Longitudinal seams double riveted, lap joints. Furnished regularly with pressed 
steel flanges at all openings, as shown above. 





LIST PRICES, SIZES, CAPACITIES, WEIGHTS, ETC. 




Size 






■ Thickness, Inches 


Regular 


Price, 


Each 


Tank 


Capacity 


Weight 






Connections 
Inches 






Inches 


Gallons 


Pounds 


Shell 


Head 


Black 


Galvanized 


24x 6 


140 


420 


A 


A 


1 


40.00 


56.50 


24x 8 


190 


541 


_!, 


A 


1 


50.00 


71.00 


24x10 


235 


629 


A 


A 


1 


56.00 


80.50 


30x 6 


220 


565 


A 


A 


1 


52.00 


74.00 


30x 8 


295 


713 


^ 


A 


1 


64.00 


92.00 


30x10 


365 


825 


A 


A 


1 


73.00 


105.00 


30x12 


440 


955 


i 


A 


1 


82.00 


120.00 • 


36x 6 


315 


696 


A 


Vs 


iM 


66.00 


93.00 


36x 8 


420 


880 


A 


% 


IM 


78.00 


112.50 


36x10 


525 


1012 


A 


% 


IM 


92.00 


132.00 


36x12 


630 


1159 


A 


% 


IM 


95.00 


140.00 


42x 8 


575 


1370 


H 


% 


IM 


95.00 


148.00 


42x10 


720 


1584 


K 


% 


IM 


113.0Q 


175.00 


42x12 


■ 865 


1827 


M 


% 


1^ 


140.00 


211.00 


42x14 


1000 


2115 


H 


y% 


IM 


155,00 


238.00 


42x16 


1150 


2362 


H 


% . 


IM 


168.00 


260.00 


48x10 


1000 


1862 




Yr 


W2 


160.00 




48x12 


1130 


2137 


A 


V2 


W2 


178.00 




48x14 


1300 


2464 


A 


¥2 


W2 


195.00 




48x16 


1500 


2744 


A 


V2 


IY2 


217.00 ' 




48x18 


1700 


3751 




V2 


IY2 


250.00 




48x20 


1880 


4102 


A 


Yi 


IY2 


280.00 





48x24 


2260 


4805 


A 


Y2 


1Y2 


311.00 





Above sizes in factory stock for immediate delivery. Larger sizes on application. 
24-inch Horizontal Pressure Tanks, tapped for J^ x 12-inch Water Gauge. 



30 
36 " 

42 " 
48 " 
6-foot Vertical 



X2 xl4 
1^x16 
}^x20 
3^x24 
3^x16 



Unless specified horizontal in the order, pneumatic pressure tanks, 6 feet long 
will be shipped vertical pattern. 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



285 



OILERS 



COFFERIZED STEEL OILERS 

BENT SPOUT 



MALLEABLE IRON 
OILER 



STRAIGHT SPOUT 






Fig. 8052A 


Fig. 8052B 
MALLEABLE IRON OILERS 


Fig. 80 


52C 




Number 


1 


2 


3 


Diameter 


inches 


3M 
3.60 


4.00 


4.40 


Price 


per dozen 



COPPERIZED STEEL OILERS 



Number , 



Diameter inches 

Length of Nozzle " 

Capacity ounces 

Price, Straight Nozzle per doz. 

" Bent " .... " 



Number . 



Diameter inches 

Length of Nozzle " 

Capacity ounces 

Price, Straight Nozzle per doz. 

« Bent " .... " ■ 



12 



2% 

3 

4.50 



14 A A 



5 

8 

8.00 



13 



33/8 

3 

5 
5.50 



14 B 



9 



.50 



13 A 



3^8 

5 

5 
6.00 



15 



4K 

3 

16 
9.25 



14 



9 
5 



15 A 



4M 

5 

16 

9-75 



14A 

3M 
3 RAILROAD 
8 OILER 

7.50 



16 



4M 
9 
16 

iolso 



COPPERIZED STEEL RAILROAD OILERS 



Number . 



Diameter inches 

Height « 

Length of Spout " 

Capacity pints 

Price per dozen 



10 



5 

12 

1 

14.00 



11 



43^ 

6 
18 

2 
18.00 



COPPERIZED STEEL ENGINEERS' FILLERS 


Number 


19 


19 A 


210 211 


Capacity pints 

Price per dozen 


1 
14.00 


W2 

17.00 


2 4 
20.00 24.00 


COPPERIZED STEEL ENGINEERS' SETS WITH 
ROUND TRAY 


Price, No. C-30, Five Pieces, including Tray per set 

" C-40, Six " " " « 


5.00 
7.00 




i 



Fig. 8052D 



286 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



MACHINE BOLTS 

SQUARE HEAD AND NXJT 



HEXAGON 
HEAD AND NUT 




Fig. 187A 



Fig. 187B 



SQUARE HEADS, SQUARE NUTS AIVD 

Manufacturers' Standard List— In Effect August 1, 


FINISHED POINTS 

1912— Price, per Hundred 


Length 
Incbes 


Diameter, Inches 


li 


% 


H 


H, 


Vz 


%&Vs 


% 


% 


1 


Ws 


IK 


2 

3 

3H 
4 


1.70 

1.78 
1.86 
1.94 
2.02 
2.10 


2.00 
2.12 

2.24 
2.36 

2.48 
2.60 


2.40 
2.56 
2.72 
2.88 
3.04 
3.20 


2.80 
3.00 
3.20 
3.40 
3.60 
3.80 
4.00 
4.20 
4.40 
4.60 
4.80 
5.00 
5.20 
5.40 
5.80 
6.20 
6.60 
7.00 
7.40 
7.80 
8.20 
8.60 
9.00 
9.40 
9.80 
10.20 


3.60 

3.86 

4.12 

4.38 

4.64 

4.90 

5.16 

5.42 

5.68 

5.94 

6.20 

6.46 

6.72 

6.98 

7.50 

8.02 

8.54 

9.06 

9.58 

10.10 

10.62 

11.14 

11.66 

12.18 

12.70 

13.22 


5,20 

5.58 

5.96 

6.34 

6.72 

7.10 

7.48 

7.86 

8.24 

8.62 

9.00 

9.38 

9.76 

10.14 

10.90 

11.66 

12.42 

13.18 

13.94 

14.70 

15.46 

16.22 

16.98 

17.74 

18.50 

19.26 


7.70 
8.25 
8.80 
9.35 
9.90 
10.45 
11.00 
11.55 
12.10 
12.65 
13.20 
13.75 
14.30 
14.85 
15.95 
17.05 
18.15 
19.25 
20.35 
21.45 
22.55 
23.65 
24.75 
25.85 
26.95 
28.05 
29.15 
30.25 
31.35 
'32.45 
33.55 
34.65 
35.75 
36.85 
37.95 
39.05 


10.50 
11.20 
11.90 
12.60 
13.30 
14.00 
14.70 
15.40 
16.10 
16.80 
17.50 
18.20 
18.90 
19.60 
21.00 
22.40 
23.80 
25.20 
26.60 
28.00 
29.40 
30.80 
32,20 
33.60 
35.00 
36.40 
37.80 
39.20 
40.60 
42.00 
43.40 
44.80 
46.20 
47.60 
49.00 
50.40 


15.10 
16.00 
16.90 
17,80 
18.70 
19.60 
20.50 
21.40 
22f30 
23.20 
24.10 
25.00 
25.90 
26.80 
28.60 
30.40 
32.20 
34.00 
35.80 
37.60 
39.40 
41.20 
43.00 
44.80 
46.60 
48.40 
50.20 
52.00 
53.80 
55.60 
57.40 
59.20 
61.00 
62.80 
64.60 
66.40 


22.50 
23.70 
24.90 
26.10 
27.30 
28.50 
29.70 
30.90 
32.10 
33.30 
34.50 
35.70 
36.90 
38.10 
40.50 
42.90 
45.30 
47.70 
50.10 
52.50 
54.90 
57.30 
59.70 
62.10 
64.50 
66.90 
69.30 
71.70 
74.10 
76.50 
78.90 
81,30 
83.70 
86.10 
88.50 
90.90 


30.00 
31.50 
33.00 
34.50 
36.00 
37.50 


4>^ 

5 

5^ 

7 

8 

9 

10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 


II8 
2.26 
2.34 
2.42 
2.50 
2.58 
2.66 
2.74 
2.90 
3.06 
3.22 
3.38 
3.54 
3.70 
3.86 
4.02 
4.18 
4.34 
4.50 
4.66 


2.72 
2.84 
2.96 
3.08 
3.20 
3.32 
3.44 
3.56 
3.80 
4.04 
4.28 
4.52 
4.76 
5.00 
5.24 
5.48 
5.72 
5.96 
6.20 
6.44 


'6:k 

3.52 

3.68 
3.84 
4.00 
4.16 
4.32 
4.48 
4.80 
5.12 
5.44 
5.76 
6.08 
6.40 
6.72 
7,04 
7.36 
7.68 
8.00 
8.32 


39.00 
40.50 
42.00 
43.50 
45.00 
46.50 
48.00 
49.50 
52.50 
55.50 
58.50 
61.50 
64.50 
67.50 
70.50 
73.50 
76.50 
79.50 
82.50 
85.50 
88,50 
91.50 
94.50 
97.50 
100.50 
103.50 
106.50 
109.50 
112.50 
115.50 


22 














23 














24 














25 














26 














27 














28 














29 














30 















The following extras are to be understood as a part of this list: 

Bolts with hexagon heads or hexagon nuts, 10 per cent extra. If bolh hexagon 
heads and hexagon nuts, 20 per cent extra. Joint bolts with oblong nuts, 10 per cent 
extra. Bolts with tee heads, askew heads and eccentric heads, 20 per cent extra. Key 
bolts, 20 per cent extra. Bolts with cotter holes, 25 per cent extra. 

Machine bolts, when fitted with U. S. standard square nuts, add 5 per cent. 

Machine bolts, when fitted with U. S. standard hexagon nuts, add 15 per cent. 

Machine bolts packed other than standard packing, to be charged extra, at dis- 
cretion of manufacturer. 



mm 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



287 



COACH AND HANGER SCREWS 



mi GIMLET POINT COACH SCREW 

WL Fig. 470A 



HANGER SCREW 




Fig. 470B 



The following extras are to be understood as a part of this list. 
Hexagon heads, 10 per cent extra. Tee heads, 20 per cent extra. 
Skein screws sold at the same price as lag screws. 

HANGER SCREWS— PRICE, PER HUNDRED 

Adopted May 21, 1902 





COACH AND 


LAG SCREWS- 


PRICE, 


PER HUNDRED 










Adopted November 12, 1908 








Length 






Diameter of 


Screw, Inches 
























Head 
Inches 


M 


H 


'A 


^ 


%,y8 


K 


H 


1 


W2 


2.25 


2.70 


3.15. 


3.75 










2 


2.45 


2.96 


3.47 


4.11 


6.00 








2^ 


2.65 


3.22 


3.79 


4.47 


6.50 


9.20 






3 


2.85 


3.48 


4.11 


4.83 


7.00 


9.90 


15.00 




^'A 


3.05 


3.74 


4.43 


5.19 


7.50 


10.60 


16.00 


22.00 


4 


3.25 


4.00 


4.75 


5.55 


8.00 


11.30 


17.00 


23.30 


4K 


3.45 


4.26 


5.07 


5.91 


8.50 


12.00 


18.00 


24.60 


5 


3.65 


4.52 


5.39 


6.27 


9.00 


12.70 


19.00 


25.90 


5Ji 


3.85 


4.78 


5.71 


6.63 


9.50 


13.40 


20.00 


27.20 


6 


4.05 


5.04 


6.03 


6.99 


10.00 


14.10 


21.00 


28.50 


6J^ 


4.25 


5.30 


6.35 


7.35 


10.50 


14.80 


22.00 


29.80 


7 


4.45 


5.56 


6.67 


7.71 


11.00 


15.50 


23.00 


31.10 


7J^ 


4.65 


5.82 


6.99 


8.07 


11.50 


16.20 


24.00 


32.40 


8 


4.85 


6.08 


7.31 


8.43 


12.00 


16.90 


25.00 


33.70 


9 


5.25 


6.60 


7.95 


9.15 


13.00 


18.30 


27.00 


36.30 


10 


5.65 


7.12. 


8.59 


9.87 


14.00 


19.70 


29.00 


38.90 


11 


6.05 


7.64 


9.23 


10.59 


15.00 


21.10 


31.00 


41.50 


12 


6.45 


8.16 


9.87 


11.31 


16.00 


22.50 


33.00 


44.10 









Diameter of i 


■^cREW, Inches 






Length 


































Inciies 


^,M 


H 


A 


'A 


Vs 


3^ 
74 


Vs 


1 


2 


3.00 


3.60 


4,24 


5.06 


6.19 








23^ 


3.19 


3.83 


4.54 


5.44 


6.75 


9.90 






3 


3.38 


4.05 


4.84 


5.81 


7.31 


10.73 






3J^ 


3.57 


4.28 


5.14 


6.19 


7.88 


11.55 


15.00 




4 


3.75 


4.50 


5.44 


6.56 


8.44 


12.38 


16.00 




^H 


3.94 


4.73 


5.74 


6.94 


9.00 


13.20 


17.00 




5 


4.13 


4.95 


6.04 


7.31 


9.56 


14.03 


18.00 


26.25 


53^ 


4.32 


5.18 


6.34 


7.69 


10.13 


14.85 


19.00 


27.50 


6 


4.50 


5.40 


6.64 


8.06 


10.69 


15.68 


20.00 


28.75 


6M 




5.62 


6.94 


8.43 


11.25 


16.50 


21.00 


30.00 


7 




5.84 


7.24 


8.80 


11.82 


17.33 


22.50 


31.25 


73^ 




6.06 


7.54 


9.17 


12.38 


18.15 


23.44 


32.50 


8 




6.28 


7.84 


9.55 


12.95 


19.03 


24.37 


33.75 


9 






8.14 


9.92 


13.51 


19.85 


26.25 


35.62 


10 








10.30 


14.08 


20.68 


27.50 


37.50 


11 










14.64 


21.50 


28.75 


39.38 


12 










15.21 


22.32 


30.00 


41.25 



ILLINOIS MALLEABLE IRON CO. 



ELL 



STANDARD SCREWED FITTINGS 

GENERAL DIMENSIONS 

45" ELL TEE 





Fig. 20358A 











J 






L 


— 














-^-^— 


— .At-- 



T" 

i 



CROSS 

zr 



Fig. 20358B Fig. 20358C 

CAST IRON 



Fig. 20358D 



MALLEABLE IRON 



The above dimensions are subject to a slight variation and change without notice. 

LENGTH OF THREAD ON PIPE 

That is Screwed into Valves or Fittings to make a Tight Joint 




Dimensions given do not allow for variation in tapping and threading. 



Size 


Dimensions, Inches 


Size 
Inches 


Dimensions, Inches 


Inches 


A 


B 


A 


B 


Vs 

it 

2 


Vs 

m 

IS 

2H 

2Ji 


IK 

m 


3M. 
4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
12 


9K 


2^ 
2^ 

3>l6 

3M 
SVs 
W% 

m 

5K 



Size 


Dimensions, Inches 


Size 
Inches 


Dimensions, Inches 


Inches 


A 


B 


A 


B 




% 
% 

IK 
1^ 




2 

2H 

3 

3J^ 

4 


2M 
2% 

3% 
3K 


2^8 

2J^ 



Size 


Dimensions 


Size 


Dimensions 


Size 


Dimensions 


Inches 


Inches, A 


Inches 


Inches, A 


Inches 


Inches, A 


H 


H 


m 


% 


5 


• l^fe 


M 


/4 


2 


% 


6 


^M 


'6 


% 


2K 


% 


7 


^a 


y% 


3 


1 


8 


m 


1^ 


¥2 


3K 


lJi6 


9 


m 


1 


% 


4 


1>16 


10 


IK 


iM 


% 


4K 


IH 


12 


1^ 



y 



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289 



SUGGESTIONS TO THE FITTER 

GENERAL RULES FOR APPORTIONING RADIATION 

This table is a "rough and ready" one and will be found generally safe and reliable. 
The heating engineer should provide for special exposure, poorly built structures, rooms 
containing abnormally large amount of glass surface, rooms having three sides exposed 
and rooms far distant from boiler. 



^' Description of Rooms, Etc. 






One Square Foot of 

Radiation will Heat, 

Cubic Feet 




Steam 


Hot Water 


Bathrooms and Living Rooms with^ Three Exposures 
Amount of Glass •/. 


and 


Large 


40 to 50 

45 " 50 
50 " 60 
60 " 70 
45 « 55 
60 « 70 
60 « 80 
75 « 150 
60 " 100 
75 « 125 
50 « 75 


20 to 30 


Living Rooms with Two Exposures and Ordinary 
Glass . ... 


Amount of 


25 " 30 


Living Kosms with One Exposure and Ordinary Amount of Glass 
Sleeping Rooms 


30 « 35 
30 " 40 


Halls located on Corner 


25 " 35 


" " in Center of House. 


30 " 40 


Schoolrooms 


35 " 50 


Churches and Auditoriums .!.!.......!!.. 


60 " 80 


Stores 


40 " 60 


Lofts, Shops and Factories .!...!!!. 


60 " 100 


Offices _ 


30 « 45 



For indirect radiation, add to above for steam, 50 per cent; for water, 75 per cent. 

For direct indirect radiation, add to above for steam, 25 per cent; for water, 333^ 
per cent. 

While the above ratios will be found satisfactory in some instances, there are many 
cases in which the exposure of the house, the amount of glass surface and cubic contents 
of the room, together with the character of building, will have to be taken into consider- 
ation, and a more exact rule (Carpenter's) is as f ollow^s : 



FOR DIRECT HEATING BY STEAM 

Let R = Number of square feet radiation required, 
G = Glass surface. 

W= Exposed wall surface. • . 

V = Cubic contents of room. 
Then for store buildings and large halls : 

R = G + MW + ~x0.25 
Important.— The factor — is only to be used as stated above for store buildings 
and large halls; for residences use ^ or ^ of the cubic contents of the room and for 



sleeping rooms, use the factor 



2V 
55. 



FOR HEATING WITH HOT WATER 

R = G + i^W + ^x0.4 
the factor ^ being variable as in the case of steam, as stated above. 

The above rule is based on providing a temperature of 70° Fahr. in the house in zero 
weather. For every degree below zero add 1 per cent of the amount of radiation. 



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SUGGESTIONS TO THE FITTER 

GREENHOUSE HEATIIMG 




Fig. 9563A 



While greenhouses may be satisfactorily heated with steam, hot water is generally 
preferred because of its ability to store large quantities of heat, and in case the fires are 
neglected or go out, the stored heat is given off gradually, and by preventing a sudden 
fall in temperature protects the plants from injury. 

The following table shows amounts of radiating surface necessaiy to heat a given 
amount of glass exposure to various temperatures in zero weather. 

For 10 below zero, add 10 per cent; for 20 below zero, add 20 per cent; etc. In pro- 
portioning glass surface, all wall surface must be figured in— about 5 feet of wall equals 
1 foot of glass. 



Square Feet 
of Glass 


Hot Water 


Steam 


No. 


OF Square Feet of- Radiation 


No. OF Square Feet of Rabtatiov 


Exposure and 
Equivalent 




Required at 






Required at 




40° 


450 


50° 


60° 


70° 


40° 


45° 


50° 


60° 


70° 


25 


4K 


5 


6M 


71/7 


Wz 


2% 


Wh 


3^/7 


W^ 


5 


50 


8 


10 


13 


14 


16 


5% 


6^ 


7V7 


^H 


10 


75 


13 


15 


19 


21 


25 


8 


9 


10 


13 


15 


100 


17 


20 


25 


29 


33 


11 


13 


14 


17 


20 


200 


33 


40 


50 


57 


67 


23 


25 


30 , 


33 


40 


300 


50 


60 


75 


86 


100 


34 


38 


43 


50 


60 


400 


67 


80 


100 


114 


133 


45 


50. 


57 


67 


80 


500 


83 


100 


125 


143 


1^7 


56 


63 


72 


83 


100 


1000 


167 


200 


250 


286 


333 


112 


125 


143 


167 


200 


2000 


333 


400 


500 


572 


667 


223 


250 


286 


333 


400 


3000 


500 


600 


750 


857 


1000 


334 


375 


429 


"^00 


600 


4000 


667 


800 


1000 


1143 


1333 


445 


500 


571 


667 


800 


. 5000 


833 


1000 


1250 


1429 


1667 


556 


625 


714 


833 


1000 


10000 


1667 


2000 


2500 


2S57 


3333 


1112 


1250 


1429 


1667 


2000 


20000 


3333 


4000 


5000 


5714 


6667 


2223 


2500 


2857 


3333 


4000 



For poorly constructed houses, add 10 per cent to the above amounts. 

Do not use asphalt or tar paints in a greenhouse; they will injure the plants. 
Paint pipes with lampblack and boiled oil thinned with turpentine. 

A most important part of a greenhouse is its chimney. This should be of brick or 
tile and of ample size, and should never be less than 25 feet high. 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



291 



SUGGESTIONS TO THE FITTER 

/ CHIMNEYS 

As a source of failure and trouble in heating plants there is nothing more responsible 
than defective chimneys. 

A boiler will not operate without a suitable draft, and as the boiler draft depends 
entirely upon the chimney, the better this chimney, other conditions being equal, the 
more successful will be the working of the entire apparatus. 

The boiler manufacturers specify in their catalogues the size of smoke pipes for the 
various si«ie boilers, and it is ridiculous to assume that a chimney of lesser area will do 
the work. 

Chimney flues for heating apparatus should be ample in size and carried as nearly 
straight as possible, from near the basement floor to above the highest point of roof. 
They should be independent flues, having no connection with other flues or openings and 
always the game size from bottom to top. 

A well-jointed tile flue, preferably round, is better than a brick flue of larger area. 

Rectangular flues, if not square, should not vary more than 4 inches in measurements- 
Size of flues may be figured from following table : 



Contents 
of Building 
Cubic Feet 

of Space 


Average 

Direct Radiation 

Steam 

Square Feet 


Tile Flues, Square 

or Rectangular 

Outside Diameter 

Inches 


Tile Flues 

Round, Inside 

Diameter 

Inches 


Brick Flues 
Inside Dimensions 

Inches 


10000 to 20000 

25000 " 50000 

60000 " 100000 

100000 " 150000 


200 to 400 

400 " 900 
1000 " 1600 
1600 « 3000 


8^x 81^ 
81^ X 13 
13 xl3 
18 X 18 


8 
10 
12 
16 


8x 8 

8x12 

12 X 12 

16 X 16 



No flues should be less than 8 inches in diameter or 8 x 8 inches square. 



-Main- 



.GUIDE FOR HOT WATER HEATBNG PIPES 

^ r Branches 



1 -inch Main will supply 2- 



2 

3 

3J^ 
4 

5 
6 

7 



2—1 

2-lM 

2-lH 

2-1}^ 

1-2J^ 

2-2K 

1-3K 

1-3}^ 

1—4 

2—4 

1—6 

2—6 



and 1 — 13/-inch, or 1 



1—2 
or 1—3 

and 1—23^ 
" 1—3 
" 1—3 
" 1—3 
" 1—4 
« 1—5 

For full details of dimensions of staniard wrought pipe giving external and internal 
circumference, external and internal areas, etc., refer to page covering same. 



or 1 — 2 -inch and 


1— IJ^-inch 


" 2—2 


( a 


1-13^ " 


and 1—2 


' or 


3-2 « 


or 2—3 


( a 


4—2 


" 1—4 ' 


' and 


1-2K " 


" 1-4K ' 


( (( 


1-23^ " 


" 4—3 


' or 


10—2 


" 3—4 


* and 


1—2 


« 5—4 


( a 


2—2 



SIZE OF MAIN FLOW PIPE FOR ONE-PIPE HOT WATER JOBS 

Using Eureka Fittings 



Size of Main inches 


2 


234 


3 


3^ 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


Square Feet of Radiation. 


225 


350 


500 


650 


900 


1500 


2200 


3000 


4000 



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SUGGESTIONS TO THE FITTER 



STEAM MAINS 

The size of steam mains can be determined by taking the total amount of direct 
radiation or its equivalent, to which add for mains and branches 25 per cent, and from 
this total extract the square root, dividing the result by 10, which gives the size of ma^n 
to use for one-pipe work. For two-pipe work, one size less is sufficient and returns can be 

one or two sizes less than supply. ,. . ., r -^ i x. i .*■ 

A steam main should not decrease m size according to the area of its branches, but 

very much slower. . • . 

HOT WATER MAINS 

No general rule can be given, as the height of expansion tank above the boiler and 
length of mains are constantly varying factors. The following table is suggested: 

1 1/ in^h Pinp for 75 to 125 Square Feet Direct Radiation 

l^-mchFipe ^^^^ ^^ ^^^^^ ^^^ ^, 

y^ a a '" ::;:;; ;« 175 « 300 " 

Y^ a u ... « 475 « 700 " 

01/ « u '...." 700 " 950 " 

72 ,, « ;;;:;....« 950" 1200 " 

41/ « « " ■ ; " 1200 " 1575 " 

y^ a « .... " 1575 " 1975 " 

6 " " ;;!!'.!!'.!'/..'.'"/.*'.'.".'.'.".-'..... "2375 " 2850 « " " " 

TABLE OF EXPANSION OF WROUGHT PIPE 



Temperature of Air when Pipe 
is Filled 


Increase in Inches in Length of 100 Foot 
of Pipe when Heated to 


Degrees Fg-hrenheit 


180 


200 


215 


240 


265 


297 


338 


2ero • • 


1.44 

1.18 

.93 


1.60 
1.34 
1.09 


1.72 
1.47 
1.21 


1.92 
1.66 
1.41 


2.12 

1.78 
1.61 


2.31 
2.12 
1.87 


2.70 


32° 


2.45 


64° 


2.19 



Under favorable conditions 1 square inch of grate surface is sufficient for 1 square foot 
of direct radiation in medium sized boilers, which radiation may be increased in larger 
heaters and reduced in smaller heaters. n.*i. iji^i^o.. 

One tenth to one eighth of grate surface will give area of flue. No flue should be less 
than 8 inches in diameter or 8x8 inches square. . . ^ ^^ , tt -^ 

1 pound of anthracite coal contains 14500 British Thermal Units. , .^ a- 

1 heat unit (B. T. U.) raises temperature of 1 pound of water 1 and is \i^;» ^l^the dis- 
tance between the freezing and the boiling points of water. 996 heat units (996 B. 1. U.) 
will evaporate 1 pound of water at 212°. , -, . , x u .-r^^ oK^,i+ 19 

1 square foot of grate surface will consume in a high pressure steam boiTer about 1^ 
pounds of anthracite coal per hour. _ k^^^t. 91/ tr. d 

1 square foot of grate surface will consume m a low pressure steam boiler ^>2 to 4 

pounds of anthracite coal per hour. • u ^ x i -i^. 9 +^ q rvmind^ of 

1 square foot of grate surface will consume in a hot water boiler 2 to 3 poundb ot 

anthracite coal per hour. . -. ^ • r 4. ^ +^^ 

lU pounds of anthracite coal will evaporate 1 cubic foot ol water. 
An United States gallon of water contains 231 cubic inches, weighs 8.33 pounds, and 

' '"An '^ie^^loXJ^^^ water contains 277 .274 cubic inches, weighs 10 pounds, 

and 1 cubic foot contains 6.232 gallons. r ii,-i,+ t„ r,rnp+;rp this 

A column of water exerts a pressure of .434 pounds per foot height^ In Pi-;^<=t ^e this 
is usually designated as H Pound pressure per square inch, thus allowing for ordinary 
friction. , 



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